Tag Archives: Burkitts lymphoma

Case 38 – summary

Thank you for all your input this week!This case looked at a 32 year old gentleman who was diagnosed with burkitt lymphoma (BL) following a 3 week history of sweats, weight loss and an increasing abdominal mass and splenomegally. He … Continue reading

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Case 38 – update 2 

We have some more results. Ct scan shows 19cm splenomegally. There is a large lymph node mass in the left iliac fossa measuring 11×12 cm, there is also other widespread large volume abdominal lymphadenopathy. There are a few 1cm groin … Continue reading

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Case 38 – update 1

So what have we found out? We have a 32 year old male patient who has come back from a 2 year ’round the world’ trip 4/52 ago. He has travelled to Russia, China, India, Argentina, Kenya, Tanzania, Australia, Thailand … Continue reading

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Case 38 – the beginning

Welcome to our new case! Get involved as we see it evolve over the next week with your help. A 32 year old gentleman presents to a&e with a 3 week history of being generally unwell, fever, sweats and abdominal … Continue reading

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Case 18 – summary

Case Summary – Burkitts lymphoma Our patients initially presented with abdominal pain, which may have had many underlying aetiologies.  With a fairly acute onset there were many diagnoses that needed to be considered.  The key learning points in this case … Continue reading

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