Nodal mesenteric marginal zone lymphoma with amyloid deposits, calcification, and ossification
Marginal zone lymphomas (MZLs) are rarely associated with amyloid deposits, calcification, and ossification. Herein, we describe a case of a MZL with a primary nodal mesenteric presentation, associated with amyloid deposits, calcification, and ossification, highlighting its clinicopathological features, based on our findings, but also on a brief review of the literature.
KeywordsMarginal zone lymphoma Calcification Ossification Amyloid deposits
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