The ultrastructure of cells in skin window preparations was analysed in 38 patients with malignant lymphoma and in 22 normal subjects. In the series as a whole, there were significant morphological changes in the macrophages between day 1 and day 2 consistent with cell maturation during the inflammatory response. At both intervals, lymphoma patients showed strikingly larger cell and nuclear profile areas as compared with normal subjects; there was a greater number of nucleoli per profile and proportionately more sections showed a Golgi complex. At day 1, a greater percentage of the patients’ macrophages showed large numbers of phago-cytic inclusions, but at day 2, significantly fewer profiles demonstrated this feature. These morphological findings could be a reflection of the known mononuclear phagocyte dysfunction in malignant lymphoma

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