High-grade transformation of chronic lymphocytic leukemia and low-grade non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Genotypic confirmation of clonal identity.

Abstract

The abrupt appearance of a high-grade tumor in patients with low-grade malignant lymphoma usually is associated with an accelerated clinical disease course. The high-grade lymphoma may take a variety of histologic forms and often, but not always, represents evolution of the original low-grade disease, as shown by immunophenotypic or immunogenotypic studies… (More)

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