An unusual association of Felty syndrome and TCR gamma delta lymphocytosis.

Abstract

Felty syndrome, comprised of neutropenia, rheumatoid arthritis and splenomegaly, occurs in approximately 1% of patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Up to one third of these patients have an increased number of large granular lymphocytes. The usual immunophenotype of these cells is CD3+, CD8+, CD57+, T cell receptor (TCR) alpha beta. A patient with Felty… (More)

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@article{Stanworth1996AnUA, title={An unusual association of Felty syndrome and TCR gamma delta lymphocytosis.}, author={Simon J Stanworth and Lois M. Green and Richard S. H. Pumphrey and David R. Swinson and Manju Bhavnani}, journal={Journal of clinical pathology}, year={1996}, volume={49 4}, pages={351-3} }