Published in Clinical Oncology Week, June 30th, 2003
"An 80-year-old woman was diagnosed with primary cutaneous B cell lymphoma. She had multifocal cutaneous tumors, but no nodal lymphadenopathy or bone marrow involvement," scientists writing in the journal Internal Medicine report.
"Histopathological examination of a biopsy specimen showed diffuse large B cell lymphoma without a bcl-2 expression. Complete resolution of hypercalcemia and disappearance of tumors were achieved with CHOP therapy, but a rapidly progressive skin lesion was observed soon after the completion of the therapy," wrote H. Narimatsu and colleagues, JA Aichi...
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