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Nonlymphoid and nonphagocytic follicular dendritic cells are among the accessory cells of the lymphoid system. Follicular dendritic cell tumors are extremely rare; in the recent literature, only 17 cases have been described.
The leukemias, lymphomas, and multiple myeloma (MM) though uncommon, are rare interrelated malignancies of the myeloid and lymphoid systems of the body.[5] When cell damage occurs due to malignancies of the myeloid and lymphoid systems or other diseases; the levels of plasma enzymes are dependent on the nature and extent of cell damage as well as the rate of release from damaged cells.[6] However, the rate of release is dependent on the degree of induction of enzyme synthesis and the rate of cell proliferation is balanced by the rate of enzyme clearance, in the absence of cell damage.[6]
In 26 chapters, a group of pediatric hematopathologists from North America and Europe discuss the development of hematopoietic and lymphoid systems and how this affects normal and abnormal findings in children at different ages, and the morphologic, immunophenotypic, cytogenic, and molecular genetic characteristics of pediatric-specific hematologic diseases.
In addition to the detrimental effects of chronic inflammation on the cardiovascular and lymphoid systems, recent data from the SMART database also suggests that inflammation accelerates the development of opportunistic infections in HIV-infected patients.
Hematopoietic and lymphoid systems. In: Kumar V, Cotran RS, Robbins SL, eds.