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From: Gastric mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma and Helicobacter pylori infection: a review of current diagnosis and management

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Gastric biopsy showing intra-lamina small lymphocyte infiltrate with monotonous features (a, original magnification 100 X); foci of lymphoepithelial lesion (b, H&E, original magnification 200 X); CD20 immunostaining shows sheets of CD20+ small B-cells (c, original magnification 200 X); aberrant expression of CD43 is also detected (d, original magnification 200X). A repeat gastric biopsy 6 months after H. pylori eradication showed scattered intra-lamina infiltrates of small lymphocytes, plasma cells and a few small loose lymphoid aggregates, indicating complete remission (e, H&E, original magnification 100 X; f, 200 X)

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