[Primary breast lymphoma].

  title={[Primary breast lymphoma].},
  author={Yaakov Cohen and N A Goldenberg and S Kasis and D Shpilberg and Meir Oren},
  volume={125 1-2},
  pages={24-6, 63}
A 66-year-old woman with a previous diagnosis of benign histiocytosis of the right breast developed intermediate grade malignant lymphoma of her left breast 6 years later. It is suggested that the primary disease was actually a low-grade lymphoma of the MALT subgroup (mucosa-associated lymphoid tumors) which 6 years later had undergone transformation into high-grade lymphoma. This assumption is based on the known histological similarity between MALT lymphomas and benign histiocytosis. 


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