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NHL: What are the most common subtypes?
NHL: What are the most common subtypes?

22% Follicular lymphoma
6% Small lymphocytic lymphoma
5% Mantle cell lymphoma
- May be either indolent or aggressive
5% Marginal zone lymphoma
<1% Lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma
<1% NF/Sezary syndrome
<1% Splenic marginal zone lymphoma
NHL: Categories of NHL by survival without treatment
NHL: Categories of NHL by survival without treatment

Indolent: Years
Aggressive: Months
Highly aggressive: Weeks
NHL: What percentage of NHLs do aggressive lymphomas account for?
NHL: What percentage of NHLs do aggressive lymphomas account for?

50%
NHL: What are the most common subtypes of aggressive NHL?
NHL: What are the most common subtypes of aggressive NHL?

31% Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma
6% Peripheral T-cell lymphoma
2% Anaplastic large cell lymphoma
NHL: What are the peripheral T-cell lymphomas?
NHL: What are the peripheral T-cell lymphomas?

Peripheral T-cell lymphoma, unspec
Angioimmunoblastic TCL
Extranodal NK/TC nasal type
Subcutaneous panniculitis-like TCL
Intestinal TCL
Hepatosplenic gamma/delta TCL
NHL: What percentage of NHL are accounted for by highly aggressive NHLs?
NHL: What percentage of NHL are accounted for by highly aggressive NHLs?

5%
NHL: What are the highly aggressive NHLs?
NHL: What are the highly aggressive NHLs?

B-cell
- Burkitt's lymphoma
- Precursor B lymphoblastic leukemia/lymphoma

T-cell
- Adult t-cell lymphoma
- Precursor T lymphoblastic leukemia