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Figure 5 Histopathology of Lmph node of CAEBV, and skin
Lmph node of CAEBV: The lymph node shows preserved architecture with lymph follicles. The paracortex shows mild increase of transformed lymphocytes (a). EBV positive cells are scattered throughout (b).
Skin: The ulcerated skin is composed of dense lymphocytic infiltration in the entire dermis (c). The almost lymphoid cells are positive for CD3 (d). The numerous EBV-positive lymphoid cells are detected (e).
Contributed by Koichi Ohshima
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Koichi Ohshima
Department of Pathology,
School of Medicine, Kurume University,
Kurume
Japan.
Koichi Ohshima
ohshima_kouichi@med.kurume-u.ac.jp



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