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General: primary referencesanatomyhistologybiopsygrossingmassive splenomegalyrupturesplenectomysplenosis

Congenital anomalies: accessory spleenaspleniahepatolienal fusionhyposplenismpolyspleniasplenic-gonadal fusionsplenorenal fusionwandering spleen

Cysts: echinococcalepithelialmesothelialpseudocyst

Infectious / inflammatory disorders: abscessacute splenitisAIDSfoamy macrophagesfollicular hyperplasiagranulomatous inflammationhantavirusinfectious mononucleosismalariamycobacteriaparvovirussarcoidosisSplendore-Hoeppli phenomenontyphoid feverWegener’s granulomatosis

Other non-neoplastic disorders: amyloidosiscongestive splenomegalyGaucher diseasehemolytic anemiahereditary spherocytosishypersplenismimmune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP)infarctionlipid histiocytosespeliosisperisplenitisradiation injurysickle cell diseasethrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP)Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome

Hematogenous neoplasms: lymphoma-generalangioimmunoblastic T cell lymphomaCastleman diseasechronic myelogenous leukemiadiffuse large B cell lymphomafibroblastic reticulum cell tumorfollicular dendritic cell tumorfollicular lymphomahairy cell leukemiahepatosplenic alpha-beta T cell lymphomahepatosplenic gamma-delta T cell lymphomahistiocytic lymphoma/sarcomaHodgkin lymphomainterdigitating dendritic cell sarcomaLangerhans cell histiocytosislymphoplasmacytic lymphomamantle cell lymphomamarginal zone B cell lymphomamastocytosismyelodysplasiamyelofibrosisperipheral T cell lymphomaplasmacytomaprolymphocytic leukemiasmall lymphocytic lymphoma

Vascular neoplasms: angiosarcomabacillary angiomatosishamartomahemangioendotheliomahemangiomahemangiopericytomalittoral cell angiomalymphangiomasclerosing angiomatoid nodular transformation

Other tumors: ectopic adrenal myelolipomainflammatory myofibroblastic tumormalignant fibrous histiocytomametastasesmucinous cystadenocarcinoma

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Index (table of contents in alphabetical order):

A-E: abscessaccessory spleenacute splenitisAIDSamyloidosisanatomyangioimmunoblastic T cell lymphomaangiosarcomaaspleniabacillary angiomatosisbiopsyCastleman diseasechronic myelogenous leukemiacongestive splenomegalydiffuse large B cell lymphomaechinococcal cystectopic adrenal myelolipomaepithelial cyst

F-N: fibroblastic reticulum cell tumorfoamy macrophagesfollicular dendritic cell tumorfollicular hyperplasiafollicular lymphomaGaucher diseasegranulomatous inflammationgrossinghairy cell leukemiahamartomahantavirushemangioendotheliomahemangiomahemangiopericytomahemolytic anemiahepatolienal fusionhepatosplenic alpha-beta T cell lymphomahepatosplenic gamma-delta T cell lymphomahereditary spherocytosishistiocytic lymphoma/sarcomahistologyHodgkin lymphomahyposplenismhypersplenismimmune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP)infarctioninfectious mononucleosisinflammatory myofibroblastic tumorinterdigitating dendritic cell sarcomaLangerhans cell histiocytosislipid histiocytoseslittoral cell angiomalymphangiomalymphoma-generallymphoplasmacytic lymphomamalariamalignant fibrous histiocytomamantle cell lymphomamarginal zone B cell lymphomamassive splenomegalymastocytosismesothelial cystmetastasesmucinous cystadenocarcinomamycobacteriamyelodysplasiamyelofibrosis

O-Z: parvoviruspeliosisperipheral T cell lymphomaperisplenitisplasmacytomapolyspleniaprimary referencesprolymphocytic leukemiapseudocystradiation injuryrupturesarcoidosissclerosing angiomatoid nodular transformationsickle cell diseasesmall lymphocytic lymphomaSplendore-Hoeppli phenomenonsplenectomysplenic-gonadal fusionsplenorenal fusionsplenosisthrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP)typhoid feverwandering spleenWegener’s granulomatosisWiskott-Aldrich syndrome

Primary references:
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AJCC Cancer Staging Manual (7th ed)
Swerdlow: WHO Classification of Tumours of Haematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissues (2008)
Websites: PathoPic
Virtual slides: University of Iowa, USCAP, vSlides


Recent Spleen / Hematopathology books

Aster: 2013

Cherian: 2012

Dunphy: 2012

Field: 2014

Hsi: 2012

Medeiros: 2011

Naeim: 2013

O'Malley: 2009

O'Malley: 2013

Orazi: 2013

Swerdlow: 2008



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