Microvillous lymphomas are B-cell neoplasms that frequently express CD56.

@article{Hammer1998MicrovillousLA,
  title={Microvillous lymphomas are B-cell neoplasms that frequently express CD56.},
  author={Richard D Hammer and Cindy L. Vnencak-Jones and Susan S Manning and Alan D. Glick and Marsha C. Kinney},
  journal={Modern pathology : an official journal of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology, Inc},
  year={1998},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={239-46}
}
Microvillous lymphomas (MVLs) are rare, poorly defined, large transformed cell lymphomas characterized by a cohesive sinus growth pattern and ultrastructural cytoplasmic processes. Most MVLs express B-cell antigens and have been compared ultrastructurally to transformed follicular center cells and follicular dendritic cells. For additional definition of the immunophenotype of these unusual B-cell lymphomas, we evaluated eight cases of MVL for B-cell-associated antigens (CD21, CD35, CDw75, DBA… CONTINUE READING

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