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Regardless of their provenance (B or T cells) similar histological pattern: Dense, diffuse, monomorphic infiltrate in dermis and subcutis. Sometimes starry sky-like pattern (starry sky). Cytomorphologically, medium or large cell lymphoblasts are found, with round or angular nuclei with irregularly distributed chromatin, usually narrow cytoplasmic border, interspersed with large macrophages.
B-LBL: positive for: CD20, CD10, CD43, CD34.
T-LBL: positive for: CD1a, CD3, CD43; negative for B-cell markers
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- Kaddu S, Cerroni L, Kerl H (2003) Leukemias of the skin. In: Kerl H et al (ed.) Histopathology of the skin. Springer publishing house, Berlin Heidelberg New York, S. 917-919
Incoming links (5)Angioimmunoblastic T cell lymphoma; Leukemias, lymphatic of the skin; Malignant lymphoma with small non cleaved follicle center cells; Paramyeloblastic leukemia; Stem cell leukemia;
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