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What does malt lymphoma mean?
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Dr. Edward Gold
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Definition below
Mucosa associated lymphoid tumor.

In brief: Definition below
Mucosa associated lymphoid tumor.
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Dr. Michael Thompson
MALT lymphomas are part of the group of "indolent" lymphomas.
Dr. Christian Schultheis
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
In brief: MALT
Mucosa associated lymphoid tissue.
It is typically a low grade lymphoma. Commonly found in extra nodal areas (not in nodes). Example, stomach, skin, lungs. Hope this helps.

In brief: MALT
Mucosa associated lymphoid tissue.
It is typically a low grade lymphoma. Commonly found in extra nodal areas (not in nodes). Example, stomach, skin, lungs. Hope this helps.
Dr. Christian Schultheis
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