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2007 Series -  February 20, 2007 Lecture 45 of 52  NEXT»

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An 80-year-old man presents with a slowly growing, fleshy patch noted on his conjunctiva.  You suspect that this may be a lymphoma.

What is true regarding orbital lymphoma?  

a. It is most likely a T cell proliferation.
b. The location of the lymphoma is not important.
c. There is less than a 10% risk of systemic involvement.
d.  Burkitt’s lymphoma almost always occurs in children.
e. Radiotherapy is never used in the management of this disease.

For answers to the above, click here on or after February 27, 2007.


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