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A 67-year-old woman comes to the physician because of abdominal discomfort and weight loss. Pelvic examination shows a left-sided ovarian mass. The mass is resected, and histologic examination shows small lymphocytes, interspersed with macrophages surrounded by clear spaces. Which of the following is the most likely genetic abnormality associated with this patient's condition?

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abl-bcr hybrid
B. bcl-2 activation
C. c-myc activation
D. t(9,22)
E. t(14,18)
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I think it's C
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yup its c endemic varient of burkitts lymphoma The disease characteristically involves the jaw or other facial bone, distal ileum, cecum, ovaries, kidney or the breast.
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its C...Burkitt's lymphoma..."Starry sky" appearance
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Yes,It is C,Burkitt's lymphoma.
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