NK/T Cell Lymphoma - JCPCR
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We present here the case of an 87 year old Caucasian female who complained of nasal tumour causing partial nasal obstruction without bleeding. The diagnosis nasal T/NK cell lymphoma was established by immunohistochemistry. The case was diagnosed as stage IE lymphoma because no other site was involved. The patient was treated using 6-15MeV linear accelerators at 2 Gy per daily fraction for a total dose of 44 Gy. The nasal T/NK cell lymphoma is a rare, special entity of nonhodgkin lymphomas and is known to be very aggressive in nature. The choice of treatment depends upon the stage of the lymphoma. In the initial stages locoregional radiotherapy alone or combined with chemotherapy is recommended....

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