Background: Extranodal natural killer (NK)/T cell lymphoma (ENKTL) is an aggressive non-Hodgkin's lymphoma with high mortality and poor prognosis despite radiotherapy and chemotherapy. The current analysis aimed to assess the pathological features, clinical features, and prognostic indicators of ENKTL. Material and Methods: 120 ENKTL patients were analyzed for pathologic diagnosis and clinical disease manifestations from April 2007 to October 2012. Complete remission, 2-year overall survival, and progression-free survival were analyzed. Results: Compared with the nasal group, a greater percentage of patients in the non-nasal group intended to receive autologous stem cell transplantation had Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) DNA, Ann Arbor stage IV, Ki-67 expression ≥ 60%, and abnormal ferroprotein and β-microglobulin levels. The rate of complete remission in the non-nasal group was higher than that in the nasal group. The overall survival rate was 74.9% at 24 months. Patients receiving chemotherapy and radiotherapy were more likely to have disease progression compared with patients who received chemotherapy or radiotherapy alone. Conclusions: Further understanding the pathological and clinical features of ENKTL will be critical for moving forward. Ki-67, β-microglobulin, EBV DNA, and primary site prognostic indicators may be useful to stratify patients into different risk groups, to gain insight into patient-specific treatments, and to potentially improve survival.