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Primary colorectal lymphoma differs from its gastric counterpart. The stomach is the most frequent site of origin of primary gastrointestinal lymphomas. The most common histological type found is MALT lymphoma. Etiological factors involved in the development of primary colorectal lymphoma are unknown. However, high frequency has been observed in conditions of immunosuppression such as inflammatory bowel disease-ulcerative colitis, HIV infection and conditions following organ transplantation. In small series conducted by Doolabh et al, 3 out of 7 patients were HIV positive. Since the incidence of infection continues to rise, it would seem that HIV serology in all patients presenting with primary lymphoma of colon is warranted. For the purposes of this overview, the data from the published.
Colorectal lymphoma is a rare tumor representing . % of human lymphomas, 10-20% of gastrointestinal lymphomas, namely . -0. 6% of all malignancies in the colon.
Authors: Nathan D Gay Oregon Health & Science University. Non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) that primarily involves the colon is rare and should be distinguished from the more common systemic nodal lymphoma. It has unique clinical expectations and management consideration. Different histologic subtypes of NHL involve the colon, which varies in the clinical behavior and likelihood of obtaining durable remissions with treatment. Download full-text PDF. Source.
The most common location is the stomach followed by the small intestine, colon and rectum. Colorectal lymphomas are rare and comprise 10-20% of all gastrointestinal lymphomas and only 1% of all colorectal malignancies. Presenting symptoms include abdominal pain, weight loss, and anorexia.
Abstract: Colorectal follicular lymphoma (FL) occurs less frequently than duodenal-type FL, which is an established entity, and primary multiple FL only involving the colon is rare. Furthermore, the coexistence of lymphoma and multiple myeloma (MM) within the same patient is rare and the current study reports such a case. The patient was an asymptomatic 62-year-old man. He underwent colonoscopy screening, which revealed at least five polypoid tumors from the cecum to the rectum.
The major site of extranodal non-Hodgkin lymphoma is the gastrointestinal tract. Involvement of the large intestine is rare in comparison to the stomach or small bowel. The disease appears later in life, predominantly in the male population.
Colorectal carcinoma and lymphoma. R. C. JAWORSKI, B. Dowton, A. Grant, M. Gibson, Pierre H. Chapuis, M. T. Phelps. Examination of the clinical, pathological and follow up data on patients who have had a colorectal carcinoma resected at Concord Hospital between 1971 and 1979 has disclosed five patients with a synchronous or metachronous lymphoma.
This study aimed at investigating the incidence, presentation, patient and tumor characteristics, treatment, and outcome of primary colorectal lymphomas (PCL) at a tertiary care center in Lebanon. Dragnosics B, Bauer P, Radoszkiewicz T. Primary gastrointestinal non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma: a retrospective clinicopathological study of 150 cases. doi: 1. 002/1097-0142(19850301)55:5<1060::AID-CNCR2820550523 3. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
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