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A 20-year-old manwith ulcerative colitis was admitted because of fever, eruption and lymphadenopathy. He had started taking salazosulfapyridine one month previously. Lymphnode biopsy revealed angioimmunoblastic lymphadenopathy. Autoantibody titers were all negative, and viral antibody titers were not increased retrospectively. Rearrangement of T-cell receptor P and chromosomalaberration were not seen on the lymph node. This case is considered not to be a peripheral T-cell lymphoma but ratherdoi:10.2169/internalmedicine.35.894 fatcat:pv37ttnx7rfsrhsimdw5sy7pfm