Hodgkin's lymphoma

A special category of lymphoid neoplasia with presence of scattered giant cells also called Reed-Sternberg cells which are usually surrounded by lymphocytes, macrophages and granulocytes placed at the background. The neoplasia stems from B cells germinal center. Other lymphoid neoplasia are called non Hodgkin's lymphomas.


 
Hodgkin's lymphoma Normal lymph node

 

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