PRIMARY RENAL LYMPHOMA: A RARE CASE REPORTAbstract
Primary renal Non-hodgkin lymphoma is rare. Most of the cases are unilateral though bilateral cases have been reported. Extrarenal involvement is to be excluded by imaging/ staging laprotomy for definitive diagnosis. We are presenting a case of 40-year-old Indian female who was attended with history of right flank pain for 3 years, found to have right renal mass on CT scan, underwent right radical nephrectomy and six courses of chemotherapy with CHOP (Cyclophosphamide, Doxorubicin, Vincristine, Prednisolone) regimen subsequent to histo-pathological confirmation. Patient is asymptomatic on follow up of 18 months.
Mukesh Kumar, Paramjeet Kaur, Yashpal Verma, Anil Khurana, Nupur Bansal, Ashok K Chauhan
Department of Radiotherapy, Pt. BDS PGIMS Rohtak INDIA
02 April, 2016
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06 June, 2016