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Table 1 Histopathological subtypes of patients with bone lymphoma

From: Clinical characteristics and prognostic factors of bone lymphomas: focus on the clinical significance of multifocal bone involvement by primary bone large B-cell lymphomas

Classification uPBL mPBL SBL
DLBCL, n (%) 37(80.4) 23(65.7) 23(50.0)
Follicular lymphoma, n (%) 4(8.7) 3(8.6) 9(19.6)
Small lymphocytic lymphoma, n (%) 1(2.2) 1(2.9) 0(0)
Marginal zone lymphoma, n (%) 1(2.2) 1(2.9) 2(4.3)
Not further subclassifieda, n (%) 1(2.2) 2(5.7) 1(2.2)
BLUI , n (%) 0 1(2.9) 0(0)
Classical Hodgkin lymphoma, n (%) 1(2.2) 0(0) 10(21.7)
T cell, n (%) 1(2.2)b 4(11.4)c 1(2.2)d
Total, n (%) 46 35 46
  1. Abbreviations uPBL: primary bone lymphoma with unifocal bone disease; mPBL: primary bone lymphoma with multifocal bone disease; SBL: secondary bone lymphoma; DLBCL: diffuse large B-cell lymphoma; Large B-cell lymphoma, unclassifiable, with features intermediate between DLBCL and Burkitt lymhoma: BLUI; ALCL: anaplastic large T-cell lymphoma; PTCL, NOS: peripheral T-cell lymphoma, not otherwise specified.
  2. aLow-grade, small B-cell lymphoma no further information for subclassification.
  3. bALCL(n = 1).
  4. cALCL (n = 2), T-lymphoblastic lymphoma (n = 1), and PTCL, NOS (n = 1).
  5. dALCL (n = 1).