Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) – CLL Leukemia

4. Petechiae and mucocutaneous bleeding

Rashes and spots on your skin
Petechiae and mucocutaneous bleeding

Many patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia develop thrombocytopenia as well. This is because excess lymphocytes start occupying the place reserved to other blood cell types, and patients end up with mucocutaneous bleeding and skin rashes.

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