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Niedrigmaligne B-Zell-Lymphome

  • Hans Konrad Müller-Hermelink
  • German Ott
Part of the Molekulare Medizin book series (MOLMED)

Zusammenfassung

Die Geschichte der Klassifikation maligner Tumoren des lymphatischen Systems ist lange, kontrovers und kompliziert. 1832 beschrieb Sir Thomas Hodgkin zuerst maligne Tumoren in Lymphknoten. Der Begriff der „Leukämie“folgte 1845 durch Virchow, der 1863 auch das Lymphosarkom und das Lymphom definierte. Um die Jahrhundertwende beschrieben Sternberg und Reed, 1898 und 1902, die Morphologie der Tumorzellen des Morbus Hodgkin. 25 Jahre später definierten Brill und Symmers das follikuläre Lymphom, und 1948 beschrieben Burkitt und 1960 O’Connor und Davis das endemische Burkitt-Lymphom in Afrika. In diesem sehr kurzen Überblick sind allerdings nur die historischen „Meilensteine“erwähnt, die auch heute, am Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts, noch von Bedeutung sind.

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