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Table 4 Eight cases undiagnosed as subtypes of lymphoma with CNB

From: Clinical application of ultrasound-guided core needle biopsy with multiple punches in the diagnosis of lymphoma

Location Pathological diagnosis with CNB Pathological diagnosis with surgical biopsy Remarks
Abdominal cavity Malignant tumor, poorly differentiated carcinoma Diffuse large B cell lymphoma 5 years after gastric cancer operation
Abdominal cavity Lymphoma Diffuse large B cell lymphoma  
Left inguinal region Lymphadenosis Small lymphocytic lymphoma/leukemia Hemorrhage
Right neck Lymphadenosis heteromorphosis Anaplastic large cell lymphoma It is confirmed after the second surgery
Left armpit Lymphadenosis heteromorphosis Small B cell lymphomas  
Right armpit Chronic inflammation accompanied with lymphadenosis Angioimmunoblastic T cell lymphoma  
Left armpit Lymphoma Unspecified peripheral T cell lymphoma  
Right neck Lymphoma Nodal marginal zone B cell lymphoma Rare type
  1. CNB, core needle biopsy.