Hairy Cell Leukemia: Morphological and Immunophenotypic Characteristics of Seven Cases and Cyclin D1 ExpressionFunding None.
Aberrant immunophenotypic expression in hairy cell leukemia (HCL), both at medullary and extramedullary sites, is not uncommonly reported in literature. Cyclin D1 positivity in HCL may mimic mantle cell lymphoma (MCL) morphologically, especially in the presence of aberrant CD5 immunopositivity, requiring BRAFV600E mutation and/or CCND1 gene testing for confirmation. Here, we describe seven cases of HCL with clinicomorphological and immunophenotypic characteristics with an emphasis on cyclin D1 expression using immunohistochemistry (IHC) with a brief comprehensive literature review. We suggest that cyclin D1 positive HCL may be a distinct subtype which requires further immunophenotypic and molecular characterization for accurate diagnosis and planning of definitive therapy.
S.N.: data collection and analysis, literature review, writing of the first manuscript draft. S.P.: conceptual design, diagnosis, data analysis, literature review, review, and editing of manuscript. A.K.A. and S.P.: interpretation of data, diagnosis, and review of manuscript for intellectual contents. A.P. and P.K.D.: management of cases and review of manuscript for intellectual content.
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