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Orbital MALT Lymphoma: A Case Report

By Dr. Shobha Pai Gopalakrishna, Dr. Sumana Kamath Jagannath, Dr. Manjunath Kamath Mulky, Dr. Aarthi Rau Rangan and Dr. Jay Chhablani Kumar


A case of orbital MALT (mucous associated lymphoid tissue) lymphoma is reported for its rarity. It presented as a large tumor obscuring the whole eye with loss of vision, without any signs of dissemination and remained free of recurrence or metastasis 12 months after undergoing simple surgical excision

Topics: Online Journal of Health and Allied Sciences
Publisher: Dr. B.S. Kakkilaya
Year: 2004
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