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Mature T and NK cell neoplasms

Mature T and NK cell neoplasms

T-cell lymphomas are diverse, and their incidence varies by geographical region, with increased prevalence in Asia. They can be classified into the disseminated type (adult T-cell lymphoma/leukemia), extranodal type (enteropathy-type T cell lymphoma), cutaneous type (mycosis fungoides), or nodal type (anaplastic large cell lymphoma).


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