Sinonasal malignant lymphomas: a distinct clinicopathological category.

@article{Vidal1999SinonasalML,
  title={Sinonasal malignant lymphomas: a distinct clinicopathological category.},
  author={R W Vidal and Kenneth Owen Devaney and Alfio Ferlito and Alessandra Rinaldo and Antonino Carbone},
  journal={The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology},
  year={1999},
  volume={108 4},
  pages={411-9}
}
Sinonasal lymphomas represent a distinct subset of extranodal head and neck lymphomas. While sinonasal lymphomas are relatively rare in Western countries, in Asian populations they are the second most frequent group of extranodal lymphomas, after gastrointestinal lymphomas. With advances in immunohistochemistry, these lymphomas have been separated into B-cell, T-cell, and most recently into natural killer (NK) cell phenotypes. The B-cell phenotype is typically located in the paranasal sinuses… CONTINUE READING

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