What Is B-cell Lymphomas?

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What is B-cell lymphomas?

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B-cell lymphomas refer to the kind of lymphoma that affects B cells in the immune system. The disease is also known as blood cancers in the lymph nodes. It consists of large B lymphoid cells. The nuclear size of these B lymphoid cells is likely to exceed that of normal macrophage nuclei. B-cell lymphomas include Hodgkin’s lymphomas and most non-Hodgkin lymphomas originate from it.

B-cell lymphomas usually occur in lymphoid tissue, such as lymph nodes, spleen, bone marrow and blood, and have many subtypes, both common and rare ones.

 

Keywords: b cell lymphoma; b cell lymphoma+

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