Extranodal oral lymphoma. Part II. Relationships between clinical features and the Lukes-Collins classification of 34 cases.

@article{Howell1987ExtranodalOL,
  title={Extranodal oral lymphoma. Part II. Relationships between clinical features and the Lukes-Collins classification of 34 cases.},
  author={Robin E Howell and Janice P Handlers and Albert Abrams and Raymond J Melrose},
  journal={Oral surgery, oral medicine, and oral pathology},
  year={1987},
  volume={64 5},
  pages={597-602}
}
Thirty-four cases of extranodal oral lymphoma were classified according to the Lukes-Collins system on the basis of morphology and immunoperoxidase staining, and these findings were correlated with the clinical features of each case. Vestibule and gingiva, mandible, palatal soft tissue, and maxilla were, respectively, the most common locations for all the tumors, and the most frequently stated signs and symptoms were swelling, pain, paresthesia, anesthesia, ulceration, and discoloration. Eighty… CONTINUE READING