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Peripheral T-Cell Lymphoma Mimicking Marginal Zone B-Cell Lymphoma

Patricia Uherova, Charles W Ross, William G Finn, Timothy P Singleton, Rina Kansal and Bertram Schnitzer

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FIGURE 1.

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A representative lymph node biopsy. A, residual follicle with an expansion of the marginal zone (hematoxylin and eosin [H&E], 100 times). B, the neoplastic T-cells strongly express CD3 (immunohistochemical staining of CD3, 100 times). C, expansion of marginal zone by small cells with abundant clear cytoplasm (H&E, 200 times). D, the neoplastic infiltrate is composed of small cells with round or slightly irregular nuclei and abundant pale cytoplasm (H&E, 400 times).

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