Morphological Classification of Malignant Lymphomas: Ultrastructural, Cytochemical and Immunological Results View Full Text


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DATE

1975

AUTHORS

H. E. Schaefer , G. R. F. Krüger , R. Fischer

ABSTRACT

Except for tumors clearly producing immunoglobulin (e. g. plasmacytoma), the different classes of malignant lymphomas do not correlate with a constant surface immunoglobulin pattern. Beside a prevailing IgM-surface type in a high number of different lymphoma classes even T-like or 0-cells occur in most tumor types prov. d. d they are studied in a sufficient number. The possibility of dedifferentiation of immunologic cell qualities has to be envisaged. In this context intracellular lambda-chain crystals occurring in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia may prov. d. a morphological hallmark of anaplastic deterioration of immunoglobulin synthesis. - The ambiguous significance of PAS-positive inclusions and virus-like microtubular complexes in lymphoma cells is discussed. - In conclusion the recent discovery of hairy cell leukaemia prov. d. sa good example of the value of nomenclatures based on empiricism rather than on short-liv. d. theories. More... »

PAGES

21-29

Book

TITLE

Malignant Lymphomas of the Nervous System

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978-3-540-07208-9
978-3-662-08456-4

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-3-662-08456-4_3

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-08456-4_3

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