Rare B-cell Lymphomas: Primary Mediastinal, Intravascular, and Primary Effusion Lymphoma
Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) is the most common type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. This group of diseases is defined pathologically by a diffuse infiltrate of large neoplastic B-cells and clinically by aggressive presentations. Variants and subtypes of DLBCL are recognized in the REAL (Real European-American Lymphoma Classification) and WHO (World Health Classifications) based on unique pathologic features and clinical presentations. Herein are described the three clinical subtypes of DLBCL.
KeywordsOverall Survival Clin Oncol Hodgkin Lymphoma International Prognostic Index Primary Effusion Lymphoma
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