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Immunoreactivity of B-Cell Markers (CD79a, L26) in Rare Cases of Extranodal Cytotoxic Peripheral T- (NK/T-) Cell Lymphomas

Karin Blakolmer, Michael Vesely, J Alain Kummer, Wolfgang Jurecka, Christine Mannhalter and Andreas Chott

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Histopathology (left row) and immunohistochemistry (images following to the right) of five B-cell marker (CD79a or L26) positive extranodal peripheral T-cell lymphomas (Cases 1 through 5). The CD79a-positive lymphomas are from nose (1), jejunum (2 and 3), and stomach (4). The majority of lymphoma cells show CD79a staining that is slightly weaker than on reactive plasma cells, as shown for Case 4 (left). The cutaneous lymphoma (Case 5) stains strongly for L26 (CD20). Hematoxylin and eosin staining in Cases 1, 4, and 5; Giemsa staining in Cases 2 and 3. All images at same magnification.

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