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Ribosome lamella complex in neoplastic cells of a Sézary's syndrome.
  1. G Sébahoun,
  2. J Bayle,
  3. R Muratore,
  4. Y Carcassonne

    Abstract

    The first case of ribosome lamella complex (RLC) is reported in abnormal cells of a Sézary's syndrome, a T cell malignancy. Until now this ultrastructural cytoplasmic inclusion has usually been described in hairy cell leukaemia and other lymphoproliferative syndromes of B cell origin. Since RLC are also observed in abnormal lymphoid T cells, in non lymphoid cells, and moreover in non haematopoietic cells, they lack diagnostic specificity.

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