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The Polymorphous Lymphoid Cell Pattern

  • Stefan E. Pambuccian
  • Ricardo H. Bardales
Chapter
Part of the Essentials in Cytopathology book series (EICP, volume 10)

Abstract

The following is a list of entities showing this pattern. The cytologic description is based on Romanovsky-stained, air-dried smears. We use the WHO classification and nomenclature for lymphoid neoplasms, unless otherwise is noted.

Keywords

Follicular Lymphoma Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Sezary Syndrome Follicular Hyperplasia Reactive Lymphoid Hyperplasia 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Lab. Medicine & PathologyUniversity of MinnesotaMinneapolisUSA
  2. 2.Outpatient Pathology AssociatesSacramentoUSA

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