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Chłoniak rozlany z dużych komórek B zatoki czołowej. Opis przypadku

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Large B-cell lymphoma of the frontal sinus. Case report
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Lymphomas located in the head and neck region are the most commonly recognized non-epithelial carcinomas. Primary lymphoma of the frontal sinus is a very rare disease. Clinical and radiological findings are uncharacteristic, they may be similar to other diseases of the nose and paranasal sinuses, which usually delays diagnosis, resulting in worse prognosis. Treatment of choice for this type of tumor is based on taking diagnostic samples, multidrug chemotherapy and complementary radiotherapy. A case of a 63-year-old woman who was diagnosed with B-cell lymphoma spread from large frontal sinus cells was reported. The patient has undergone surgical treatment, 3 out of 4 cycles of chemotherapy and is expecting radiotherapy for the primary tumor. The course of the disease and treatment are presented. No complications were observed in the postoperative period.
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Chłoniaki w obrębie narządów głowy i szyi są najczęściej rozpoznawanymi nowotworami złośliwymi pochodzenia nienabłonkowego. Pierwotny chłoniak zatok czołowych jest bardzo rzadką chorobą. Obraz kliniczny i radiologiczny jest niecharakterystyczny, może być zbliżony do innych schorzeń nosa i zatok przynosowych. Opóźnia to zwykle diagnozę, powodując gorsze rokowanie. Leczenie z wyboru tego typu guzów polega na pobraniu materiału diagnostycznego, chemioterapii wielolekowej oraz uzupełniającej radioterapii. Opisano przypadek 63-letniej kobiety, u której rozpoznano chłoniaka rozlanego z dużych komórek B zatoki czołowej. Pacjentka przebyła leczenie operacyjne oraz trzy z czterech cykli chemioterapii; oczekuje na radioterapię ogniska pierwotnego nowotworu. Przedstawiono przebieg choroby i leczenia. Okres pooperacyjny był niepowikłany
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  • Katedra i Klinika Otolaryngologii Gdańskiego Uniwersytetu Medycznego
  • Katedra i Klinika Otolaryngologii Gdańskiego Uniwersytetu Medycznego
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