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Abdominal lymphoma

Case contributed by Dr Faheemullah Khan

Presentation

Abdominal pain associated with night sweats and loss of weight. White blood cell count was raised.

Patient Data

Age: 25 years
Gender: Male
Ultrasound

The transverse view of the abdomen in the region of epigastrium shows hypoechoic conglomerate masses adjacent to the aorta and at the level of porta hepatis suggestive of enlarged matted para-aortic and porta hepatis lymph nodes giving the appearance of a mass.

Case Discussion

Lymphoma can involve any lymph node. It can involve single or multiple lymph nodes forming a mass. Extranodal involvement can also be observed.

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Case information

rID: 64092
Published: 7th Nov 2018
Last edited: 28th Oct 2020
System: Oncology
Inclusion in quiz mode: Included
Institution: Hayatabad Medical Complex

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