Small intestinal CD4+ T-cell lymphoma: a rare distinctive clinicopathological entity associated with prolonged survival

@article{Svrcek2007SmallIC,
  title={Small intestinal CD4+ T-cell lymphoma: a rare distinctive clinicopathological entity associated with prolonged survival},
  author={Magali Svrcek and Laurent Garderet and Virginie Sebbagh and Michelle Rosenzwajg and Yann R Parc and Monique Lagrange and Malika Bennis and Anne Lavergne-Slove and Jean-François Fl{\'e}jou and Bettina Fabiani},
  journal={Virchows Archiv},
  year={2007},
  volume={451},
  pages={1091-1093}
}
Dear Editor, Intestinal T-cell lymphomas are rare and heterogeneous. Most of them are localised high-grade large cell lymphomas and carry a poor prognosis. The WHO classification only recognises one distinct entity of intestinal T-cell lymphoma, called “enteropathy-associated T-cell lymphoma” [5]. This lymphoma arises in pre-existing celiac disease. The neoplastic cells infiltrate the overlying epithelium, mimicking normal intraepithelial lymphocytes (IELS). They are CD3+, CD5−, CD7+, CD8… CONTINUE READING
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