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|Office:||4th floor, Radiopoetro|
|Lab:||4th floor, Radiopoetro|
|Pre-test:||10 multiple-choice questions.|
|Post-test:||5-10 written questions.|
Batch 2011 Questions
- Hodgkin's lymphomas are derived from germinal center B cells.
- Non-Hodgkin's lymphomas contain chromosomal translocations or mutations involving genes BCL2 and BCL6.
- Burkitt lymphoma is a very aggressive tumor of mature B cells that usually arises at extranodal sites (such as the bone marrow).
- Hodgkin's lymphoma has characteristic Reed-Sternberg cells that are derived from B cells.
- Characteristic of the nodular sclerosis type of Hodgkin lymphoma: lacunar cells.
- Among the non-Hodgkin lymphoma, there are immunoblastic variant cells.
- The immunophenotypes of Hodgkin's lymphoma classical form: CD15, CD30, and PAX5.
- Metastatic undifferentiated carcinoma: cytokeratin.
- Metastatic undifferentiated carcinoma: vesicular nuclei with prominent nucleoli.
- Chronic non-specific lymphadenitis has characteristic follicular hyperplasia.
- Differential diagnosis of chronic non-specific lyphadenitis is follicular lymphoma.
- Block 2.6 PA Session 1 Powerpoint - (PDF). Batch 2011 version.
- Dakshna's 2.6 PA Notes
- Dakshna's 2.6 PA Drawing