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Lymph nodes: normal development-generalB cellsT cellsNK cellsnormal histologygrossing lymph nodesfeatures to report

Molecular testing: theoryFISHnorthern blotPCRsouthern blot

Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma: generalcytogeneticsstagingstaging-pediatricmorphologic clueshemophagocytic syndromechemotherapeutic atypia

B cell disorders: generalpost-rituximabbone marrow biopsyclassification-historicalWHO classification

B cell lymphoma subtypes: age-related EBV-associatedALK positive large cellBurkittunclassifiable-intermediate between Burkitt and diffuse large B cell lymphomaCLL
diffuse large B cell:  diffuse-NOSCD5+T cell / histiocyte richprimary cutaneous-generalprimary cutaneous-legprimary sites-other
follicular: generalchildhoodcutaneousGI
hairy cell leukemiaHCL variantintravascular large B celllymphomatoid granulomatosislymphoplasmacyticmantle cell-classicmantle cell-blastoidmarginal zone-generalmarginal zone-MALTMALT-primary sitesmarginal zone-nodalmediastinal (thymic)plasmablasticpre B lymphoblastic leukemia/lymphomaprimary effusionprolymphocytic leukemiapyothorax associatedSLLsplenic marginal zonesplenic lymphoma with villous lymphocytes

Plasma cell neoplasms: generalmyelomaplasmacytomaheavy chain diseaseprimary amyloidosisMGUSOsteosclerotic myeloma (POEMS)cryoglobulinemia

T/NK cell disorders: generalWHO classificationadult T cellaggressive NK cell leukemiaanaplastic large cell ALK+ALK-angioimmunoblastic T cellblastic plasmacytoidchronic lymphoproliferative disorders of NK cellscutaneous CD4+ small/medium sized T cell lymphomacutaneous CD30 positive T cell lymphoproliferative disorderscutaneous gamma delta T cell lymphomaenteropathyepidermotropic CD8+ T cell lymphomahepatosplenicindolent T cell proliferationsmycosis fungoidesNK/T cell lymphoma-nasal typenodal CD8+ cytotoxic T cellnonB nonT lymphoblasticperipheral T cell lymphoma, NOSprimary effusion lymphomaSezary syndromestagingsubcutaneous panniculitis-likeT cell large granular lymphocytic leukemiaT cell lymphoblastic leukemia/lymphomaT cell prolymphocytic leukemia

Hodgkin lymphoma: general/stagingclassiclymphocyte depletedlymphocyte rich classicalmixed cellularitynodular lymphocyte predominantnodular sclerosis

Post-transplantation: generalWHO classificationplasmacytic hyperplasia/IM-like lesionspolymorphic B cell lymphoproliferative disordersmonomorphic B cell lymphoproliferative disordersothergraft versus host disease

Other: AIDS associated-generalAIDS associated-examplesEBV+ T cell lymphoproliferative disorders of childhoodprimary immune disorders related


Index (Alphabetical table of contents)

A-E: adult T cellage-related EBV-associatedaggressive NK cell leukemiaAIDS associated lymphoproliferative disorders-generalAIDS associated lymphoproliferative disorders-specific examplesALK positive large B cellanaplastic large cell ALK+anaplastic large cell ALK-angioimmunoblastic T cellB cell lymphoma-generalB cellsblastic plasmacytoidbone marrow biopsyBurkittchemotherapeutic atypiachronic lymphoproliferative disorders of NK cellsclassification-historicalCLLcryoglobulinemiacutaneous CD4+ small/medium sized T cell lymphomacutaneous CD30 positive T cell lymphoproliferative disorderscutaneous gamma delta T cell lymphomacytogeneticsdiffuse large B cell-CD5+diffuse large B cell-NOSdiffuse large B cell-primary cutaneous-generaldiffuse large B cell-primary cutaneous-legdiffuse large B cell-primary sites-otherdiffuse large B cell-T cell / histiocyte richEBV+ T cell lymphoproliferative disorders of childhoodenteropathyepidermotropic CD8+ T cell lymphoma

F-N: features to report-lymphomaFISHfollicular-childhoodfollicular-cutaneousfollicular-generalfollicular-GIgrossing lymph nodeshairy cell leukemiahairy cell leukemia variantheavy chain diseasehemophagocytic syndromehepatosplenicHodgkin lymphoma-classicHodgkin lymphoma-lymphocyte depletedHodgkin lymphoma-lymphocyte rich classicalHodgkin lymphoma-mixed cellularityHodgkin lymphoma-nodular lymphocyte predominantHodgkin lymphoma-nodular sclerosisindolent T cell proliferationsintravascular large B cell lymphomalymphomatoid granulomatosislymphoplasmacytic lymphomaMALT lymphoma-primary sitesmantle cell lymphoma-blastoidmantle cell lymphoma-classicmarginal zone lymphoma-generalmarginal zone lymphoma-MALTmarginal zone lymphoma-nodalmediastinal (thymic) lymphomaMGUSmolecular-theorymorphologic cluesmycosis fungoidesmyelomaNK cellsNK/T cell lymphoma-nasal typenodal CD8+ cytotoxic T cellnonB nonT lymphoblasticnon-Hodgkin lymphoma-generalnormal lymph node developmentnormal lymph node histologynorthern blot

O-Z: osteosclerotic myeloma (POEMS)PCRperipheral T cell lymphoma, NOSplasma cell neoplasmsplasmablastic lymphomaplasmacytomapost-rituximabpost-transplantation-generalpost-transplantation-graft versus host diseasepost-transplantation-plasmacytic hyperplasia/IM-like lesionspost-transplantation-monomorphic B cell lymphoproliferative disorderspost-transplantation-otherpost-transplantation-polymorphic B cell lymphoproliferative disorderspre B lymphoblastic leukemia/lymphomaprimary amyloidosisprimary effusion lymphoma-B cellprimary effusion lymphoma-T cellprimary immune disorders relatedprolymphocytic leukemiapyothorax associated lymphomaSezary syndromeSLLsouthern blotsplenic lymphoma with villous lymphocytessplenic marginal zone lymphomastaging/general-Hodgkin lymphomastaging-nonHodgkin lymphomastaging-pediatricstaging-primary cutaneous lymphomasubcutaneous panniculitis-likeT cellsT cell large granular lymphocytic leukemiaT cell lymphoblastic leukemia/lymphomaT cell prolymphocytic leukemiaT/NK lymphomas-generalunclassifiable-intermediate between Burkitt and diffuse large B cell lymphomaWHO classification-B cell/plasma cellWHO classification-post-transplantationWHO classification-T/NK lymphomas

Primary references
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Warnke: Tumors of the Lymph Nodes and Spleen (Atlas of Tumor Pathology, 3rd Series, Vol. 14; 1995)
WHO Classification of Tumours of Haematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissue (IARC 2008)
WHO Classification of Skin Tumours (IARC 2006)
Ioachim's Lymph Node Pathology (2008)


Recent Lymphoma / hematopathology books

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Field: 2014

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Imbach: 2014

Leach: 2013

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Marcus: 2014

Miranda: 2014

Naeim: 2013

O'Malley: 2013

Orazi: 2013

Ramsay: 2014

Swerdlow: 2008



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