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** Secondary involvement of the pancreas by lymphoma has been reported to occur in 5-30% of all lymphomas.
 
** Secondary involvement of the pancreas by lymphoma has been reported to occur in 5-30% of all lymphomas.
 
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* <spoiler text="What are some of the cytologic features that lead you to the diagnosis?">
 
* <spoiler text="What are some of the cytologic features that lead you to the diagnosis?">
 
* Cellular specimen
 
* Cellular specimen
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* Rare tissue fragments
 
* Rare tissue fragments
 
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* <spoiler text="Differential diagnosis?">   
 
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* Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor
 
* Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor

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