Malignant Lymphomas

  • R. D. T. Jenkin
  • P. Morris Jones


The malignant lymphomas may be divided into two distinct groups: Hodgkin’s disease and the non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas. The latter group includes malignant lymphomas of lymphocytic, histiocytic or stem cell types; a small proportion of mixed or unclassifiable types and Burkitt’s lymphoma.


Malignant Lymphoma Nitrogen Mustard Nodular Sclerosis Mixed Cellularity Acute Lymphocytic Leukaemia 
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