Pediatric Blood & Cancer

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Edited By: Peter E. Newburger, M.D.

Impact Factor: 2.386

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 27/120 (Pediatrics); 38/68 (Hematology); 128/211 (Oncology)

Online ISSN: 1545-5017

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    Volume 63 Issue 3 Cover Image

    The cover figure is from Figure 1 in Hagelstrom and Ford et al, in this issue of PBC. FISH image of breast tumor demonstrating 4-5 signals for each locus tested (shown here with the PDGFRB probe), and two copies of PTEN.

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    Volume 63 Issue 2 Cover Image

    The cover figure is from Figure 1 in Engelholm, et al. The figure shows an example of treatment delivered using conventional photon therapy photon (left) and proton therapy (right) plans for cranio-spinal irradiation at the same institution.

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    Volume 63 Issue 1 Cover Image

    The cover figure is from Figure 1 in Weyand, et al. Photo microscopy (1000x) of the initial bone marrow aspirate demonstrating marked eosinophilia, tri-lineage hematopoietic maturation, and no increased blast population in a patient with severe hypereosinophilic syndrome.

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    Volume 62 Issue 12 Cover Image

    The cover figure is from Figure 1 in Bhattad et al, in this issue of PBC. Distended abdomen with dilated veins due to Budd-Chiari syndrome in a child with leukocyte adhesion defect.

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    Volume 62 Issue 11 Cover Image

    The cover figure is from Figure 1 in Olbrich et al, in this issue of PBC. Clinical presentation of marked lymphadenopathies in a child with complete Interferon-γ Receptor 1 deficiency.

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    Volume 62 Issue 10 Cover Image

    The cover figure is from Figure 2 in Alvarez et al, in this issue of PBC. Photomicrographs of medullary carcinoma of the kidney in a patient with sickle cell trait. A. Hematoxylin and eosin-stained section depicts carcinoma cells within renal tubules. Glomeruli are uninvolved. B. Immunohistochemistry for keratin stains carcinoma dark brown.

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    Volume 62 Issue 9 Cover Image

    The cover figure is from Figure 1 in Tsouana et al, in this issue of PBC. Hybrid 18F-fluroethyl-choline positron emission tomography/magnetic resonance imaging of the brain at the baseline (A) and after treatment (B) in an 18 year-old male with a pineal NGGCT. Good response after chemotherapy with decreased size and uptake.

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    Volume 62 Issue 7 Cover Image

    Frontocerebellar fiber tracking is displayed. A volume delineated by the frontal cerebral pole, the interhemispheric fissure, and the temporal pole was defined as seed ROI, while a cubic volume that included the entire cerebellum was set as target ROI (see Patients and Methods Section). A and B show sagittal views of the tract volume, C and D show axial views. Color in A and C encodes the direction of fiber pathways (green: anterior-posterior, blue: cranio-caudal, red: left-right).

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    Volume 62 Issue 6 Cover Image

    (A) Bone marrow aspiration showed megaloblastic erythropoiesis (upper and lower left), apoptotic normoblasts (upper right), dysplastic myelopoiesis (lower left: large metamyelocyte) and micromegakaryocytes (lower right). (B) Brain MRI showing hypomyelination as previously described for folate malabsorption syndromes. In the T2-weighted axial MRI of the patient at the age of 15 months myelination is restricted to the corpus callosum and the periventricular white matter demonstrating a delay in myelination of about 8–9 months. MRI spectroscopy showed normal concentrations of inositol and choline.

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    Time course of TTP relapses and treatments. Vertical arrows indicate relapses; open boxes, treatments other than rituximab; stars, treatments with rituximab; triangle, splenectomy; open horizontal arrows, times in remission; LFU, lost to follow-up.

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    Volume 62 Issue 4 Cover Image

    (A) NK cell interaction with antigen (Ag) on tumor cell. Both inhibitory and stimulatory ligands are shown. (B) Antigen presentation to a T-cell in the context of MHC class I. (C) Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR). (D) Bi-specific T-cell Engager (BiTE). CTL, cytotoxic T-lymphocyte; TCR, T-cell receptor; β-2-m, beta-2-microglobulin; Ag, antigen; KIR, Killer cell immunoglobulin-like receptor; scFvAb, single chain variable fragment of antibody.

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Standards for Psychosocial Care for Children With Cancer and Their Families

This Special Issue is dedicated to the memory of Robert J. Arceci, M.D., Ph.D. Dr. Arceci, an internationally prominent pediatric oncologist and the former editor of this Journal, was, throughout his life, committed to a biopsychosocial approach and to advancing the behavioral health of children with cancer and their families. While working tirelessly to cure pediatric cancer, he also strongly believed that children and families deserve effective psychosocial care to alleviate suffering until cures without costs emerge. Dr. Arceci championed publication of the Standards for the Psychosocial Care of Children with Cancer and their Families in this Pediatric Blood and Cancer Special Issue until his death on June 8, 2015. We are grateful for and will miss his passionate enthusiasm, his support and his friendship.

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