This paper presents a critique of the present concepts of the pathology of nodular sclerosing Hodgkin's disease and particularly of the criteria required for diagnosis for the condition and its separation from other types of Hodgkin's disease. In addition, the natural history and histopathology of the condition have been studied among 104 cases of Hodgkin's disease presenting at The London Hospital, and the significance of the appearance is discussed.
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