A group of rare lymphoproliferative disorders, now called angioimmunoproliferative lesions, are histologically characterized by mononuclear cells surrounding and infiltrating vessel walls. This process results in angiodestruction and originates necrosis. Angiocentric lymphoma, a neoplasia generally deriving from the T cell lineage, is the most aggressive form of these entities characterized by prevalent extranodal involvement. A case of primary angiocentric lymphoma with lymph-nodel and systemic presentation and rapidly fatal outcome is described.

Angiocentric lymphoma: a case report.

FERRERO, Dario
1990

Abstract

A group of rare lymphoproliferative disorders, now called angioimmunoproliferative lesions, are histologically characterized by mononuclear cells surrounding and infiltrating vessel walls. This process results in angiodestruction and originates necrosis. Angiocentric lymphoma, a neoplasia generally deriving from the T cell lineage, is the most aggressive form of these entities characterized by prevalent extranodal involvement. A case of primary angiocentric lymphoma with lymph-nodel and systemic presentation and rapidly fatal outcome is described.
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