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Early Follicular Center Cell Lymphoma, Mouse

  • Jerrold M. Ward
Part of the Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals book series (LABORATORY)

Abstract

The early stage of follicular center cell lymphoma in mice usually occurs in a spleen of normal size and weight. Occasionally, the spleen is also slightly enlarged (Yumoto et al. 1980).

Synonyms

Follicular center cell lymphoma B cell lymphoma of splenic follicles reticulum cell sarcoma, type B lymphoma, pleomorphic or mixed prelymphomatous changes progressively transformed follicular centers 

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