A case of multiple myeloma with multilobated plasma cell nuclei.

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Correspondence: Rosangela Invernizzi, Medicina Interna ed Oncologia, IRCCS Policlinico S. Matteo, Università di Pavia, Italy. E-mail r.invernizzi@smatteo.pv.it. Multiple myeloma with convoluted and multilobated nuclei is a rare morphological variant, characterized by an aggressive course and resistance to conventional chemotherapy.1-4 The unusual cytologic features often make its recognition difficult. Immunocytology may be useful to avoid erroneous diagnoses of other hematologic malignancies, in particular monocytic leukemia.

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@article{Invernizzi1998ACO, title={A case of multiple myeloma with multilobated plasma cell nuclei.}, author={Rosangela Invernizzi and Vittorio Perfetti}, journal={Haematologica}, year={1998}, volume={83 9}, pages={851} }