LINFOMA CUTÂNEO DE CÉLULAS B TIPO CENTRO FOLICULAR COM INFILTRAÇÃO NA MEDULA ÓSSEA

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ARENAS SOTO, CLAUDIA MARCELA; MARIÑO ÁLVAREZ, MARÍA LILIANA; CALDERÓN GÓMEZ, JORGE ENRIQUE; GONZÁLEZ C, MARÍA ISABEL; ROBAYO, MARTHA PATRICIA;
(2012)
  • Publisher: Universidad Militar Nueva Granada. Facultad de Medicina
  • Subject: linfoma centro folicular | Cutaneous Bcell lymphoma | Linfomas cutáneos de células B | primary cutaneous follicle center lymphoma | Linfomas cutâneos de células B

Los linfomas cutáneos primarios de células B constituyen cerca del 2025% de todos los linfomas. El linfoma cutáneo primario de células B tipo centro folicular es el subtipo más frecuente y se manifiesta principalmente en pacientes adultos con una edad media de 58 años (... View more
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