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a neoplasm of lymph tissue that is usually malignant

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Subclassification of diffuse large B-cell lymphomas according to the Kiel classification: distinction of centroblastic and immunoblastic lymphomas is a significant prognostic risk factor.
Cancers associated with Kaposi's sarcoma (KS) in AIDS: a link between KS herpesvirus and immunoblastic lymphoma.
13,14) Significant decreases have been detected for immunoblastic lymphoma in some studies, (4) but not others.
Kirn D, Mauch P, Shaffer K, et al: Large-cell and immunoblastic lymphoma of the mediastinum: prognostic features and treatment outcome in 57 patients.
Immunoblastic lymphoma and multiple myeloma represent widely disseminated disease of monoclonal origin containing a single form of EBV and alterations of 1 or more oncogenes or tumor suppressor genes (eg, N-ras, p53, or c-myc).
Radiologic studies followed by biopsy revealed monomorphic PTLD of B-cell lineage that resembled large cell immunoblastic lymphoma and was associated with EBV.