DIFFUSE WELL DIFFERENTIATED LYMPHOCYTIC LYMPHOMA
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A low-grade malignant lymphoma that may, in some cases, be considered histologically identical to chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL; LEUKEMIA, LYMPHOCYTIC, CHRONIC). It is diffuse in pattern, representing the neoplastic proliferation of well-differentiated B-lymphocytes. In patients with immunoglobulin gammopathies, the lymphocytes may exhibit plasmacytoid characteristics.
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