MALToma

MALToma

(mawlt-ōm'ă),
B-cell lymphoma of mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue.

MALToma

/MALT·oma/ (mawl-to´mah) a form of extranodal marginal zone lymphoma originating in mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue, particularly that of the gastrointestinal tract.

MALT·o·ma

(mawl-tō'mă)
B-cell lymphoma of mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue.
Synonym(s): extranodal marginal zone lymphoma.
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This approach significantly reduces ulcer recurrence and cures maltoma in over 80% of cases.
1% cases (five Maltoma and one Burkitt's lymphoma).
The terms low-grade MALToma and high-grade MALToma formerly were used to describe such lesions, but, as discussed above, the diagnosis of MALT lymphoma currently is restricted to a lymphoma composed principally of small lymphocytes and should not be used to classify large B-cell lymphomas, including those associated with a MALT component or arising in a MALT site.
Ayni hastada lenfoma, MALToma ve karsinoma birlikteliginin nadir gorulmesi nedeniyle, literatur bilgileri esliginde sunmayi uygun bulduk.
Retired TV camera supervisor Chas was diagnosed eight years ago with maltoma, a rare form of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma that attacked his lungs.
Primary lymphoma of the salivary glands is rare and is classified as MALT (mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue) lymphoma, or MALToma.
RESULTADOS: Descripcion de los hallazgos endosonograficos en las enfermedades estudiadas: polipos, 15; estenosis esofagicas, 2; lesiones pancreaticas, 3; esofagitis de reflujo, 4; enfermedad de Hirschprung, 2; MALToma, 3.
12--9 nights: Rhodes, Heraklion, Valletta, Palermo, Palma de Maltoma, Barcelona (end).
Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma is the most common subtype of non-Hodgkin lymphoma in this site, in contrast to ocular adnexal lymphoma in which MALToma (MALT lymphoma) is the most common subtype.
Diagnosis (N = 118) SB TGGE T-cell neoplasms (n = 58) 58 54 CTCL (n = 11) PTCL (n = 40) LGL (n = 3) PLL (n = 2) PTLD (n = 2) B-cell neoplasms (n = 38) 0 1 CLL/SLL (n = 11) FL (n = 7) MCL (n = 2) MALToma (n = 4) LCL (n = 14) Reactive (n = 22) 0 0
Immunohistochemistry for chromogranins to confirm the diagnosis of carcinoid tumour and leukocyte common antigen and cytokeratin for MALTomas were done.
6-8] Gloeckner et al[9] recently described a large cell lymphoma with a marginal zone growth pattern presenting as multiple colonic polyps, and Schmid et al[10] described 3 cases of colorectal MALTomas (2 low grade and 1 mixed low and high grade) presenting as solitary polyps.