Renal lymphoma. The diagnostic and therapeutic roles of fine-needle aspiration.

@article{Truong2001RenalLT,
  title={Renal lymphoma. The diagnostic and therapeutic roles of fine-needle aspiration.},
  author={Luan Truong and Nancy P. Caraway and Tru Q Ngo and Rodolfo Laucirica and Ruth E Katz and Ibrahim Ramzy},
  journal={American journal of clinical pathology},
  year={2001},
  volume={115 1},
  pages={18-31}
}
This study focused on 19 patients with renal lymphoma (RL) from whom 20 initial (1 patient with fine-needle aspiration [FNA] specimens of masses in both kidneys) and 1 repeated FNA specimen were obtained. Of the 19 patients, 10 had secondary RL, 8 primary RL, and 1 transplant RL. The FNA samples were studied by smears (all cases), tissues (11), phenotyping by immunostaining (13) or flow cytometry (4), and gene rearrangement (3). The final diagnoses included 1 T-cell lymphoma and 18 B-cell… CONTINUE READING