Major progress in the characterization of the T-lymphoproliferative disorders has been made over the past decade. These advances have been made possible by the increasing cooperation between hemato-oncologists, pathologists, and scientists and improvements in immunological and molecular methods In this comprehensive text the author highlights the distinct disease entities and the development of new and effective therapies for the patient. T-Cell Lymphoproliferative Disorders focuses on recent advances to provide a framework for clinicians and scientists working in the field. The main clinical and laboratory features are reviewed and updated, along with classification aspects of the T-cell disorders. Investigations required for differential diagnosis and associated problems are included, as well as suggestions on patient approach according to disease category, new and standard techniques, and prognostic and therapeutic implications. This essential book is of relevance to clinical hematologists.