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Angiotropic intravascular large-cell lymphoma with massive cerebral extension.
  1. R Torenbeek,
  2. P Scheltens,
  3. R J Strack van Schijindel,
  4. P R Algra,
  5. J J Heimans,
  6. P van der Valk
  1. Department of Pathology, Free University Hospital, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.


    Angiotropic intravascular large-cell lymphoma (AILL) is a rare, generally fatal disease characterised by a multifocal proliferation of neoplastic mononuclear cells within small blood vessels. The diagnosis of a patient was made at necropsy. The malignant cells had infiltrated the periventricular areas of the brain.

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