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Non Hodgkin's lymphomas following chemoradiotherapy for Hodgkin's disease. Two new cases and a review of the literature

Jul 1, 1986 | Magazine: Histology and Histopathology

Marigil MA, Pardo-Mindan FJ, Cuesta B, Rocha E, Idoate MA, Gómez-Bezares MC.

Two patients developed non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) six and ten years after radiotherapy and chemotherapy for Hodgkin's disease nodular sclerosis type.

The histological classification of the developing NHL for the two patients was: IgG (K) secreting lymphoplasmacytoid lymphoma of the stomach, and immunoblastic lymphoma of the cervical lymph nodes. Both patients responded well to conventional chemotherapy for NHL and are alive 22 and 5 months after the diagnosis of the secondary tumor.

Forty eight cases of NHL after treatment for HD have been previously reported. We present a review of the literature of these cases, adding to this literature the first reported case of gastric lymphoplasmacytoid lymphoma under such circumstances.

CITATION  Histol Histopathol. 1986 Jul;1(3):297-302