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Hairy Cell Leukemia : Lymph Node

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Lymph node involvement in HCL is uncommon and may be seen after splenectomy or in long-standing cases. Abdominal and retroperitoneal lymph nodes are the ones usually affected. The hairy cells are distributed in a paracortical fashion and surround the germinal centers. The appearance may mimic marginal zone lymphoma.

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