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Leukaemia involves widespread bone marrow involvement and a presence in peripheral blood. Lymphoma’s arise in discrete tissue masses (commonly lymph nodes), with potentially only minor peripheral blood presence.
Precursor B cell neoplasms (premature B) Peripheral B cell neoplasms (mature B) Precursor T cell neoplasm (premature T) Peripheral T cell and NK cell neoplasm (mature T and NK) Hodgkin (Reed-Sternberg cells and variants) Non Hodgkins Lymphoma (NHL)
ALL That is all
CLL/Small Lymphocytic Lymphoma Tissue manifestation of CLL. Psuedofollicular. Immunophenotype: CD 19/20/23/5 Aetiology: deletion of 13q (TSG), 14q, 17p and trisomy 12q Pathophysiolology: Growth confined to proliferation centres. Microenvironment stimulates NF- κ B. Immune function buggered by unknown mechanism
Follicular Lymphoma Most common form of indolent NHL Immunophenotype: CD19/20/10, Ig, BCL 2 and 6 Aetiology: Germinal centre B cells, t(14:18) [BCL2] Pathophysiolology: BCL2 antagonises apoptosis and promotes survival. Calls in reactive cells. Marrow, spleen and liver involvement common. Goes where B cells go (white pulp)
Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma Most common NHL. Diffuse growth, massive cells Immunophenotype: CD19/20, Ig, BCL 6 Aetiology: BCL6 overexpression mutation: represses germinal B cell differentiation and growth arrest, silences p53 Pathophysiolology: rapidly enlarging mass. Waldeyer ring is common. Destructive mass in liver or spleen (1 or 2). Aggressive, commonly fatal
Burkitt Lymphoma Mature B cells. “Starry sky” pattern. Diffuse. Immunophenotype: CD19/20/10, IgM, BCL6 Aetiology: t(8,2/14/22), c-MYC gene with a promoter ↑ expression. p53 point mutation. EBV involvement Pathophysiolology: extranodal sights in kids and young adults. Jaw and abdo viscera.
Mantle cell Lymphoma Resemble mantle B cells (surround germinal centre). Nodular or diffuse Immunophenotype: ↑ cyclin D1, CD19/20/5, Ig. Aetiology: t(11;14) cyclin D1 upregulation G1- S phase progression Pathophysiolology: Painless lymphadenopathy. Spleen and gut involvement symptoms.
Marginal zone Lymphoma Extranodal sites and MALT’s Arise: Chronic inflammation due to autoimmunity or infection (thyroid – Hashimoto, stomach – Heliobacter) Localised for a fair period May regress if ‘stimulant’ is removed.
Immunophenotype: CD2/3/5 Types Anaplastic Large-cell Lymphoma (rare) Mycosis Fungoides/Sezary syndrome CD4 Th cells go to the skin, invading the upper dermis and epidermis. 3 distinct phases. Uses adhesion molecule. Adult T cell Infected with Human T cell leukaemia retrovirus type 1 (HTLV-1), NF- κ B. Bad prognosis. Large Granular Lymphoblastic Lymphoma (rare) Extranodal NK/T cell Lymphoma Surrounds and invades small vessels ischaemic necrosis. EBV involved
HLNHL more often localized to a single axial group of nodes (cervical, mediastinal, para-aortic) More frequent involvement of multiple peripheral nodes. Orderly spread by contiguityNoncontiguous spread Mesenteric nodes and Waldeyer ring rarely involved Waldeyer ring and mesenteric nodes commonly involved Extra-nodal presentation rare.Extra-nodal presentation common