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Normal: primary referencesembryologynormal anatomynormal cell populationB & T cell differentiationNK cellsmast cellsaccessory immune systemnormal developmentage related changes

Inclusions, pigment, ectopic cells or tissue: adipose tissueanthracosisasbestos bodiesdecidual reactionendometriosisepithelial inclusionsgoldironlipofuscinmegakaryocytesmelanosismesothelialmulleriannevus cellsprosthesis relatedsalivary glandsiliconesilicosissmooth musclesquamous epitheliumtattoothymusthyroid folliclesyellow bodies

Primary immunodeficiency disorders: generalautoimmune lymphoproliferative syndromechronic granulomatous diseaseCR3 deficiencyOmenn syndrome

Infectious/parasitic disorders: actinomycesbacillary angiomatosisbCGbrucellosisBrugiacat-scratchCoccidiodesCorynebacteriadenge feverEBVhemophilus influenzaherpes simplexHHV6HHV8/KSHVhistoplasmosisHIVLeishmanialeprosylymphogranuloma venereummeaslesmycobacteria-atypicalmycobacterial spindle cell pseudotumorparvovirus B19pseudofungisyphilistoxoplasmosistuberculosistularemiavacciniaWhipple diseaseYersinia enterocoliticaYersinia pestisYersinia pseudotuberculosis

Inflammatory disorders: reactive-generalacute nonspecific lymphadenitisadult onset Still diseaseallergic granulomatosisamyloidangiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophiliaCastleman diseasechronic lymphadenitisClofaziminedermatopathic lymphadenitisdrug hypersensitivityerythrophagocytosisextramedullary hematopoiesis follicular hyperplasiagranulomatoushemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosishyaline depositsinfarctioninflammatory pseudotumorKawasakiKikuchiKimura disease lipogranulomalymphedemamantle cell/marginal zone hyperplasiamonocytoid B cell hyperplasiaplasmacytosispolykaryocytespost-lymphangiography granulomapost-transplantprogressive transformation of germinal centersrheumatoid arthritissarcoidosissinus histiocytosissinus histiocytosis with massive lymphadenopathySjogren syndromeSLEsystemic sclerosisvascular transformation of sinusesvenolymphatic angiodysplasia

Neoplasms (not lymphoma): ALLAMLangioimmunoblastic lymphadenopathy angiolipomatous hyperplasiaangiomyolipomaangiomyomatous hamartomaangiosarcomaCMLepithelioid hemangioendotheliomaErdheim-Chester diseasefibroblastic reticulum cell sarcomafollicular dendritic cell sarcomahemangiomahistiocytic sarcomaindeterminate cell tumorsinterdigitating dendritic/reticulum cell sarcomaKaposi sarcomaLangerhans cell histiocytosisleiomyomalymphangiomalymphangiomyomatosislymphomamalignant histiocytosismastocytosismetastases to lymph nodesmyofibroblastomaplasmacytoma

Miscellaneous: grossinglymph node dissection


Index (table of contents in alphabetical order):

A-E: accessory immune systemactinomycesacute nonspecific lymphadenitisadipose tissueadult onset Still diseaseage related changesALLallergic granulomatosisAMLamyloidanatomyangioimmunoblastic lymphadenopathy angiolipomatous hyperplasiaangiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophiliaangiomyolipomaangiomyomatous hamartomaangiosarcomaanthracosisasbestos bodiesautoimmune lymphoproliferative syndromeB & T cell differentiationbacillary angiomatosisbCGbrucellosisBrugiaCastleman diseasecat-scratchchronic granulomatous diseasechronic lymphadenitisClofazimineCMLCoccidiodesCorynebacteriaCR3 deficiencydecidual reactiondenge feverdermatopathic lymphadenitisdrug hypersensitivityEBVembryologyendometriosisepithelial inclusionsepithelioid hemangioendotheliomaErdheim-Chester diseaseerythrophagocytosisextramedullary hematopoiesis

F-N: fibroblastic reticulum cell sarcomafollicular dendritic cell sarcomafollicular hyperplasiagoldgranulomatousgrossinghemangiomahemophilus influenzahemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosisherpes simplexHHV6HHV8/KSHVhistiocytic sarcomahistoplasmosisHIVhyaline depositsindeterminate cell tumorsinfarctioninflammatory pseudotumorinterdigitating dendritic/reticulum cell sarcomaironKaposi sarcomaKawasakiKikuchiKimura disease Langerhans cell histiocytosisleiomyomaLeishmanialeprosylipofuscinlipogranulomalymph node dissectionlymphangiomalymphangiomyomatosislymphedemalymphogranuloma venereumlymphomamalignant histiocytosismantle cell/marginal zone hyperplasiamast cellsmastocytosismeaslesmegakaryocytesmelanosismesothelialmetastases to lymph nodesmonocytoid B cell hyperplasiamullerianmycobacteria-atypicalmycobacterial spindle cell pseudotumormyofibroblastomanevus cellsNK cellsnormal cell populationnormal development

O-Z: Omenn syndromeparvovirus B19plasmacytomaplasmacytosispolykaryocytespost-lymphangiography granulomapost-transplantprimary immunodeficiency-generalprimary referencesprogressive transformation of germinal centersprosthesis relatedpseudofungireactive-generalrheumatoid arthritissalivary glandsarcoidosissiliconesilicosissinus histiocytosissinus histiocytosis with massive lymphadenopathySjogren syndromeSLEsmooth musclesquamous epitheliumsyphilissystemic sclerosistattoothymusthyroid folliclestoxoplasmosistuberculosistularemiavacciniavascular transformation of sinusesvenolymphatic angiodysplasiaWhipple diseaseyellow bodiesYersinia enterocoliticaYersinia pestisYersinia pseudotuberculosis


Primary references
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Knowles: Neoplastic Hematopathology (3rd ed, 2013)
Warnke:Tumors of the Lymph Nodes and Spleen (Atlas of Tumor Pathology, 3rd Series, Vol. 14; 1995)
Websites: www.Webpathology.Com


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