S100-positive, T-cell chronic lymphoproliferative disease: an aggressive disorder of an uncommon T-cell subset.

@article{Hanson1991S100positiveTC,
  title={S100-positive, T-cell chronic lymphoproliferative disease: an aggressive disorder of an uncommon T-cell subset.},
  author={Curtis E. Hanson and Paula L. Bockenstedt and Bertram Schnitzer and David A Fox and Brian D. Kueck and D K Braun},
  journal={Blood},
  year={1991},
  volume={78 7},
  pages={
          1803-13
        }
}
S100-positive T lymphocytes account for less than 3% of peripheral blood T cells. Rare cases of S100-positive T-cell lymphoma have been previously described. We report four such cases of S100-positive T-cell chronic lymphoproliferative disease. In all cases, hepatosplenomegaly was observed, without prominent lymphadenopathy. Central nervous system (CNS) involvement by the leukemic cells was suggested in three cases by physical symptoms and confirmed in two cases by cerebrospinal fluid studies… CONTINUE READING

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