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Thymic Follicular Hyperplasia

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Intermediate view of thymic follicular hyperplasia. The lymphoid follicles are composed of B cells and are of secondary type with formation of germinal centers. Other conditions where thymic follicular hyperplasia may be seen include: hyperthyroidism, lupus, Addison’s disease, early stages of HIV infection and other immune-related diseases.

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