Quiloperitoneo como forma de presentación del linfoma intestinal difuso: Reporte de un caso

Pamo Reyna, Oscar; Caballero López, José; Alfaro Álvarez, Julio César
July 2007
Revista Medica Herediana;jul-sep2007, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p155
Academic Journal
A 29 year old woman insidiously developed an ascites that was a transudate with "milky" appearance. The CAT study revealed a lymph nodes conglomerate in the retroperitoneal space. CA 125 value was more than a hundredth times the normal upper limit. The study showed a large B-cell diffuse small bowel non-Hodgkin lymphoma.


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