PMID: 4123530May 1, 1973Paper

A proposal for a standardized system of reporting human lymph node morphology in relation to immunological function

Journal of Clinical Pathology
H CottierL Sobin

Abstract

This memorandum proposes a standardized system of reporting the histology of human lymph nodes based on commonly used simple staining techniques. The purpose is to provide a uniform, internationally acceptable system by which the histological structure of lymph nodes can be correlated with other parameters of immunological status. The proposed protocols are intended to provide information that is not available in conventional written reports that use such terms as ;hyperplasia' or ;nonspecific lymphadenitis'.

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