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has been cited by the following article:
- TITLE: Primary Liver Large B-Cell Lymphoma: A Rare Diagnosis
- AUTHORS: Joana de Castro Rocha, Raquel Lopes, Ana Rita Cruz, Cristina Gon？alves, Jo？o Araújo Correia, Jorge Coutinho
- KEYWORDS: Large B Cell Lymphoma, Liver, Rarity
JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Blood Diseases
Mar 12, 2015
- ABSTRACT: Primary liver lymphoma is extremely rare, in most of cases it is a B cell lymphoma. Usually the diagnosis is made in middle-aged individuals and most of them have a relatively short life expectancy. In this article, the authors present a case report of a 75-year-old woman with symptoms of three weeks of evolution of diffuse abdominal pain, asthenia and anorexia. The analysis showed cyto cholestasis and the radiological image with lush hepatomegaly because of a large hepatic mass. The patient started chemotherapy and actually is well twenty months after the end of the chemotherapy.