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Case 12 – summary

Hairy cell leukaemia   Hairy cell leukaemia is a chronic lymphoid lymphoma of B-cells The hairy cells infiltrate the reticuloendothelial system and interfere with bone marrow function, resulting in bone marrow failure or pancytopenia.  They also infiltrate the spleen and … Continue reading

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Image size increased!!! what would you expect to find on immunohistochemistry? how would you manage this patient?  what are the options?

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