Clinical utility of lymphocyte surface markers combined with the Lukes-Collins histologic classification in adult lymphoma.

@article{Bloomfield1979ClinicalUO,
  title={Clinical utility of lymphocyte surface markers combined with the Lukes-Collins histologic classification in adult lymphoma.},
  author={Clara D. Bloomfield and Kazimiera J. Gajl-Peczalska and Glauco Frizzera and John H. Kersey and Anne Ipsen Goldman},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  year={1979},
  volume={301 10},
  pages={512-8}
}
To determine whether analysis of lymphocyte surface markers adds clinically useful information to the Lukes-Collins classification of lymphomas, tumors from 107 adults were histologically classified and studied for surface markers. Ninety-six cases were histologically classified as Lukes-Collins B-cell lymphomas; 87 showed B and one showed T surface markers, whereas eight had neither marker. Eleven lymphomas were histologically T-cell tumors; four of the 11 showed T surface markers, and seven… CONTINUE READING