Pediatric follicular lymphomas, marginal zone lymphomas, and marginal zone hyperplasia.

@article{Swerdlow2004PediatricFL,
  title={Pediatric follicular lymphomas, marginal zone lymphomas, and marginal zone hyperplasia.},
  author={Steven H Swerdlow},
  journal={American journal of clinical pathology},
  year={2004},
  volume={122 Suppl},
  pages={
          S98-109
        }
}
Whereas most B-cell lymphomas in children are of diffuse large B-cell or Burkitt type, other B-cell lymphomas, including follicular and marginal zone B-cell lymphomas, rarely occur Pediatric follicular lymphomas (FLs) have many features indistinguishable from those seen in adults but demonstrate an increased proportion that are localized, lack bcl-2 protein expression, lack bcl-2 translocations, and are grade 3 but still indolent. They also tend to have large expansile follicles. Although… CONTINUE READING
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