Lymph nodes - not lymphoma
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- Live attenuated vaccine may cause regional lymphadenopathy
- Measles associated lymphopenia may be due to apoptosis of uninfected lymphocytes (Arch Virol 2000;145:905)
- Fatal measles cases in South African in 1976-1982 were associated with malnutrition; caused depletion of T cell zones (S Afr Med J 1985;68:858)
- 14 month old boy with familial immunodeficiency and necrotizing lymphadenitis with Warthin-Finkeldey type giant cells after measles vaccination (Ultrastruct Pathol 1980;1:243)
- In germinal centers, Warthin-Findeldey giant cells have large nuclei and B cells markers
- In interfollicular areas they have small hyperchromatic nuclei and T cell markers (Pathol Int 1994;44:442)
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