Double/Triple Hit Lymphoma
High Grade Aggressive B Cell Lymphomas (Double & Triple-Hit Lymphomas)
The WHO Classification in 2017 classified lymphomas with concurrent rearrangement of MYC, BCL2, and/or BCL6 as high-grade B cell lymphomas with an aggressive clinical course.
Double-hit and triple-hit lymphomas are difficult to classify morphologically without aid of FISH.
The diagnosis is based on interphase FISH for MYC, BCL2, and BCL6.
Abnormal BCL2 FISH
Turnaround Time = 3-5 Days
FISH probes for High Grade B Cell Lymphomas (Double or Triple-Hit)
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