Maligne Non-Hodgkin-Lymphome: Erscheinungsformen und Behandlung

  • C. R. Meier
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Die bösartigen Geschwulstkrankheiten lymphatischer Gewebe (maligne Lymphome) werden in zwei Hauptgruppen eingeteilt, die sich histopathologisch und in ihrem biologischen Verhalten vielfach unterscheiden, nämlich einerseits Morbus Hodgkin (Lymphogranulomatose), und andererseits ein ganzes Spektrum unterschiedlicher Entitäten, für welches sich in neuerer Zeit der Terminus Non-Hodgkin-Lymphome (NHL) eingebürgert hat. Der vorliegende Beitrag befaßt sich hauptsächlich mit den NHL des Erwachsenenalters.


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