Published in Hematology Week, June 1st, 2009
"Clinically patients may present with generalized symptoms such as fever and malaise. In western patients, there is a 'cutaneous variant' of IVLBCL, which demonstrates cutaneous involvement only. However, Asian patients show hemophagocytosis, which is typical of the 'Asian variant'," wrote W.J. Yin and colleagues, Peking University.
The researchers concluded:...
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