Hodgkin´s disease (morbus Hodgkin)
Large lymph node is seen, in which the general structure is disturbed. Reed-Sternberg giant cells, which are typical to Hodgkin´s disease, can be seen in the sample. The nuclei of the cells are very often facing each other as in a mirror image. In the nuclei a central nucleoli are seen. In addition, one can talk about “owl-eyed” structure. In the background a varying amount of lymphatic tissue can be seen.