Malignant lymphomas are cancers of the cells of the immune system. They are relatively common and represent the sixth most common malignancy in the United States.
Although reported in statistical literature as one (malignant lymphoma) or two (Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma) diseases, the most recent World Health Organization Classification of Haematologic and Lymphoid Neoplasms lists 80 established and provisional lymphoma entities.
Lymphomas are among the most complex diseases to recognize and diagnose because they are pathologically complex, with features that overlap with reactive and inflammatory conditions and other nonhematologic malignancies.
Criteria for lymphoma diagnosis rely on morphology and a variety of ancillary studies, including phenotype and genetic features.
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