Morphologic, immunologic and genetic features of lymphoproliferative disorders associated with immunodeficiency
It has been known for a long time that the incidence of malignant lymphoma is greatly increased in individuals who are immunosuppressed, whether this is because of congenital, iatrogenic or acquired immunodeficiency. This chapter is concerned with two categories — those lymphomas which occur following transplantation, and those that are associated with HIV infection [21.1].
KeywordsLymphoproliferative Disorder Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma Primary Effusion Lymphoma Plasmacytic Differentiation Immunoglobulin Gene Rearrangement
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