Role of fine-needle biopsy in an atypical case of lupus lymphadenopathy.

Abstract

Necrotizing lymphadenitis dominated by individual cell necrosis with tingible body macrophages and karyorrhectic nuclear debris is an unusual appearance in smears from fine-needle biopsies (FNB) of lymph nodes (Greenberg et al., Diagn Cytopathol 1993; 9:443-447). These features together with a polymorphous population of lymphocytes, absent epithelioid… (More)

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@article{Loo1994RoleOF, title={Role of fine-needle biopsy in an atypical case of lupus lymphadenopathy.}, author={C K Jennifer Loo and Mark Greenberg}, journal={Diagnostic cytopathology}, year={1994}, volume={10 2}, pages={162-4} }