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Intravascular lymphomatosis (IVL)

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ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Intravascular lymphomatosis (IVL)

History: This 52 year old man developed generalized malaise, low grade fever, subtle mental status changes, and generalized weakness over a three month period. He also developed mild anemia and enlargement of his spleen.

Findings: MRI showed multiple white matter lesions. One of the lesions was biopsied about 6 months after the onset of his illness.

Exam: Protein electrophoresis revealed a polyclonal gammopathy and bone marrow examination was suggestive of either a myeloproliferative or dysplastic syndrome. His mental status continued to deteriorate and he became unable to stand or walk without assistance.

No MeSH data available.


Immunostaining for CD-20 demonstrates that the neoplastic cells in the lumen of the vessel are B-cells. Intravascular neoplastic cells were also found in the lungs, spleen, and skin.
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MPX2549_synpic16339: Immunostaining for CD-20 demonstrates that the neoplastic cells in the lumen of the vessel are B-cells. Intravascular neoplastic cells were also found in the lungs, spleen, and skin.


Intravascular lymphomatosis (IVL)

USU Teaching File MUTF - MedPix

Immunostaining for CD-20 demonstrates that the neoplastic cells in the lumen of the vessel are B-cells. Intravascular neoplastic cells were also found in the lungs, spleen, and skin.
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MPX2549_synpic16339: Immunostaining for CD-20 demonstrates that the neoplastic cells in the lumen of the vessel are B-cells. Intravascular neoplastic cells were also found in the lungs, spleen, and skin.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Intravascular lymphomatosis (IVL)

History: This 52 year old man developed generalized malaise, low grade fever, subtle mental status changes, and generalized weakness over a three month period. He also developed mild anemia and enlargement of his spleen.

Findings: MRI showed multiple white matter lesions. One of the lesions was biopsied about 6 months after the onset of his illness.

Exam: Protein electrophoresis revealed a polyclonal gammopathy and bone marrow examination was suggestive of either a myeloproliferative or dysplastic syndrome. His mental status continued to deteriorate and he became unable to stand or walk without assistance.

No MeSH data available.