Affordable Access

A case of small-cell Sézary's syndrome with null-cell features.

Authors
Publication Date
Source
PMC
Keywords
  • Research Article

Abstract

A case of the small-cell variant of Sézary's syndrome (SS) is reported in which the SS cells lacked the surface-marker characteristics of both T- and B-cells. In particular, the SS cells failed to form E-rosettes even with a sensitive technique using 2-amino-ethylisothiouronium bromide (AET)-treated sheep red blood cells. The significance of these findings is briefly considered in relation to the existing literature.

There are no comments yet on this publication. Be the first to share your thoughts.