Cytogenetics of Hodgkin's disease.

  title={Cytogenetics of Hodgkin's disease.},
  author={Niels B. Atkin},
  journal={Cytogenetics and cell genetics},
  volume={80 1-4},
Cytogenetic studies over the past 35 years have made a major contribution towards the understanding of the nature of Hodgkin's disease by demonstrating unequivocally the consistent presence of a clonal population of cells that have the cardinal features of malignancy e.g. more or less gross aneuploidy, frequently with complex chromosomal changes and showing considerable variation from case to case, thus comparable to the findings in carcinomas and other solid cancers. The mode is frequently in… CONTINUE READING

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