Auther : Sanya Sukpanichnant

Transformation in Malignant Lymphoma: Morphologic Approach

Morphologic approach is still very crucial to detect transformation in malignant lymphoma. With the knowledge of each malignant lymphoma type, especially the clinical course, a number of lymphoma can have histologic progression as evidence of transformation as follow: large cell transformation, blastic transformation, and histiocytic...Continue reading →

Rate of Dyserythropoiesis-like Nuclear Changes in Erythroid Precursors in Bone Marrow

Dyserythropoiesis-like post-mortem changes in erythroid precursors at autopsy can look similar to certain kinds of primary marrow diseases. This study is designed to evaluate nuclear changes in erythroid precursors in marrow aspirate smears and histologic sections at different intervals after taken out from the body (delayed fi xation) simulating post-mortem changes....Continue reading →

CD43 Expression in Malignant Melanoma: A Diagnostic Pitfall

CD43 is commonly concerned as a marker for hematopoietic cells and, at times, a preferential T-cell marker. However, a number of non-hematologic cancers, mostly carcinoma, can express CD43. Recently, a case of malignant melanoma mimicking malignant lymphoma by cytomorphology was reported to express CD43 as well as melanoma markers but the other hematologic...Continue reading →

Primary Testicular NK/T-cell Lymphoma presented as testicular abscess: A Case Report and Literature Review of 33 cases

Primary testicular NK/T-cell lymphoma is rare. We report a 61-year-old Thai man who presented with right testicular abscess clinically but tissue obtained from incision and drainage was proven to be NK/T-cell lymphoma. The lymphoma cells were small to medium in size and showed angiocentricity with associated necrosis. The lymphoma cells were CD3+...Continue reading →

Rate of Dyserythropoiesis-like Nuclear Changes in Erythroid Precursors in Bone Marrow

Dyserythropoiesis-like post-mortem changes in erythroid precursors at autopsy can look similar to certain kinds of pathologic processes. Objective: This study is to evaluate nuclear changes in erythroid precursors in marrow aspirate smears and histologic sections at different intervals...Continue reading →

Address of editorial Corresponce
✎  Vorachai Sirikulchayanonta, MD, Editor-in-Chief: Asian Archives of Pathology, Faculty of Science, Rangsit University, Pathumthani 12000, Thailand.
✉  Email address: asianarchpath@gmail.com, vorachai7@gmail.com