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Morphologic, immunologic and genetic features of precursor T and B cell neoplasms

  • D. M. Knowles

Abstract

In the Rappaport classification lymphoblastic lymphoma was subdivided morphologically into convoluted and non-convoluted cell types [43.1]. In the Lukes-Collins classification, which was a combined morphologic and immunologic classification, it was subdivided into “convoluted”, which was supposed to indicate a T cell origin, and “unclassified”, which was supposed to correlate with a null cell phenotype.

Keywords

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Mixed Lineage Leukemia Lymphoblastic Lymphoma Cell Receptor Gene Bone Marrow Replacement 
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    Knowles DM. Lymphoblastic lymphoma. In Knowles DM (ed). Neoplastic Hematopathology. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1992: 715–747.Google Scholar
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