TEM of abnormal lymphocytes in mycosis fungoides

TEM of abnormal lymphocytes in mycosis fungoides

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Caption: Cancerous lymphocytes. Transmission Electron Micrograph of a slice through cancerous white blood cells (lymphocytes) from a patient with mycosis fungoides. The dark folded structures are the characteristically irregular nuclei seen in this type of cancer. The lighter grey material surrounding the nuclei is cell cytoplasm. Cancer of lymphocytes (lymphoma) usually occurs in lymph nodes but can sometimes break out in the skin. My- cosis fungoides is one of the more common skin lymphomas and typically causes irritating skin eruptions like eczema or psoriasis. Severe cases require anti-cancer drugs, and the disease can be fatal. Magnification x5700 at 7x9 inch size.

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