Lymphoma - B cell neoplasms
Morphologic clues to diagnosis
Reviewer: Nikhil Sangle, M.D., University of Utah and ARUP Laboratories (see Reviewers page)
Revised: 17 February 2011, last major update February 2011
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● Small cells, round: CLL/SLL
● Small / intermediate cells with atypia: Mantle cell lymphoma (irregular), MALT lymphoma (monocytoid)
● Intermediate cells: follicular lymphoma (cleaved), Burkitt lymphoma (non-cleaved, prominent nucleoli), lymphoblastic lymphoma (fine chromatin)
● Large cells: diffuse large B cell lymphoma, mycosis fungoides or Sezary syndrome (cerebriform), anaplastic large cell lymphoma (pleomorphic)
End of Lymphoma - B cell neoplasms > Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma > Morphologic clues to diagnosis
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