Primary Type3 (Non-ABC, Non-GCB) Subtype of Extranodal Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma of the Thyroid Bearing No MYD88 Mutation by Padlock Probe Hybridization

  title={Primary Type3 (Non-ABC, Non-GCB) Subtype of Extranodal Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma of the Thyroid Bearing No MYD88 Mutation by Padlock Probe Hybridization},
  author={Yukiko Nishi and Riko Kitazawa and Ryuma Haraguchi and Ayaka Ouchi and Yasuo Ueda and Yuri Kamaoka and Ken Yamamoto and Yasuhiko Todo and Hiroaki Miyaoka and Sohei Kitazawa},
  journal={Case Reports in Oncology},
  pages={508 - 514}
Primary extranodal malignant lymphoma of the thyroid is a rare entity composed of mostly neoplastic transformation of germinal center-like B cells (GCB) or memory B cells. Other B-cell-type malignancies arising primarily in the thyroid have rarely been described. Immunohistochemical examination of autopsied primary malignant lymphoma of the thyroid in an 83-year-old Japanese female revealed the presence of a non-GCB subtype of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) without the typical codon 206… 

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