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Mantle zone

Germinal centre
Image labeled in German, but "Mantel-zone" visible near center.
Anatomical terminology

The mantle zone (or just mantle) of a lymphatic nodule (or lymphatic follicle) is an outer ring of small lymphocytes surrounding a germinal center.[1]

It is also known as the "corona".[2]

It contains transient lymphocytes.[3]

It is the location of the lymphoma in mantle cell lymphoma.

Pathology

Intermediate magnification micrograph of Castleman disease showing the characteristic expansion of the mantle zone. H&E stain.

Mantle zone expansion may be seen in benign, such as Castleman disease, and malignancy, i.e. Mantle cell lymphoma.

References

  1. ^ http://teaching.path.cam.ac.uk/partIB_pract/P05/
  2. ^ http://www3.umdnj.edu/histsweb/lab12/lab12nodes.html
  3. ^ http://www.dartmouth.edu/~nlevy/levylecture.html

External links

  • http://erl.pathology.iupui.edu/HISTO/LABE109.HTM
  • Histology image: 07102loa - Histology Learning System at Boston University - "Lymphoid Tissues and Organs: lymph node, cortex and medulla"
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