Pathologic splenic rupture in a patient with follicular lymphoma

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Aniruddha P Dayama *
Rajan Kapoor
Jasmita Dass
Gurmeet Singh
Manoranjan Mahapatra
Haraprasad Pati
(*) Corresponding Author:
Aniruddha P Dayama | dayama@gmail.com

Abstract

Follicular lymphoma (FL) is the most common indolent Non Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL) . It presents primarily with widespread disease which may be asymptomatic and involves the bone marrow in around 40% of patients . Although the disease is widespread at presentation the incidence of complications such as splenic rupture which are usually seen with other aggressive lymphomas is rare

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Aniruddha P Dayama

Senior Resident, Department of Hematology

Rajan Kapoor

Senior Resident, Department of Hematology

Jasmita Dass

Senior Resident, Department of Hematology

Gurmeet Singh

Senior Resident, Department of Hematology

Manoranjan Mahapatra

Additional Professor, Department of Hematology

Haraprasad Pati

Professor, Department of Hematology