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Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma NHL pathogenesis,classification and procedures used to diagnose them |Lect.36 [Video]

Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma NHL pathogenesis,classification and procedures used to diagnose them |Lect.36

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By the successful completion of this presentation, you are expected to:
List the differential diagnoses of localized and generalized lymphadenopathies.
Outline the general characteristics of Non Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL), with reference to pathogenesis, classification and procedures used to diagnose them.
List three chromosomal translocations associated with NHL;
Define staging and grading of NHL
Describe the staging systems of NHL
Compare the histopathologic, immunologic and clinical features of NHL
Define oncogenes
Describe the oncogenes associated with NHL
Non Hodgkin Lymphoma
• Burkitts lymphoma
• Diffuse large b cell lymphoma
• Mantle cell lymphoma
• Follicular lymphoma
• Multiple myeloma ( plasma cell myeloma )
• Anaplastic large cell lymphoma
• Extranodal NK/T cell lymphoma
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Non Hodgkin Lymphoma
Classification
A. Mature B cell Neoplasm
1. Follicular lymphoma
2. Mantle cell Lymphoma
3. Diffuse Large B cell
Lymphoma
4. Burkitt Lymphoma
5. Plasma cell myelom
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B. Mature T cell & NK cell Neoplasms
1. Peripheral T cell
lymphoma
2. Anaplastic large cell
lymphoma
3. Extranodal NK/T cell
lymphoma
4. Mycosis fungoides
5. Sezary Syndrome
FNAC

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