Plasmablastic lymphoma as a manifestation of the human immunodeficiency virus : case report
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Vera, Gonzalo; Córdova, Pablo; Sepulveda, Gerson; Benavides, Tatiana; Astorga, Felipe; González Arriaga, Wilfredo Alejandro
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2020
Plasmablastic lymphoma is a rare subtype of non-Hodgkin?s lymphoma, which generally presents an aggressive clinical course and low survival rates. It is strongly associated with HIV infection and the most common site of involvement of the territory of the head and neck is Waldeyer?s lymphatic ring, followed by the gastrointestinal tract, lymph nodes and skin. The morphological characteristics of PBL in the oral cavity / jaw in the context of HIV infection show diffuse sheets of large immunoblastic cells with abundant cytoplasm, vesicular chromatin and prominent nucleus, a small located in the center with plasma cells differentiation. The main goal of this article is to review the literature of the plasmablastic lymphoma and report a case.

    Vera, Gonzalo ; Córdova, Pablo ; Sepulveda, Gerson ; Benavides, Tatiana ; Astorga, Felipe ; González Arriaga, Wilfredo Alejandro. Plasmablastic lymphoma as a manifestation of the human immunodeficiency virus : case report. En: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dentistry, 12 4 2020: 429-432

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