surface. T cells exit the thymus and seed the secondary lymphoid tissue or join the pool of recirculating T cells.

Clinical Cases and Discussion

Clinical Case #13

A patient on your transplant service, a recipient of a kidney graft last year, has complained of vague abdominal pain for several months. She has had multiple investigations to ensure her graft is functioning well with no evidence of rejection. A recent CAT scan of the abdomen suggests a mass in the liver. Biopsy reveals evidence for lymphoma. What further tests might you perform? What is a common finding in such a case?

Peripheral Lymph Node (HEV) Naive lymphocyte

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