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2018: Volume 1, Issue 1

Primary Renal Lymphoma: A Case Report

Mohammed Alagha1*, Ramadan Algamal2, Belal Suliman1, Rami Ajjour3, Mariam Mattar4

1. Department of Radiology, Al-Shifa Hospital, Gaza, Palestine
2. Department of Radiology, Shibinalkom Hospital, Cairo, Egypt
3. Department of Radiology, Indonesian Hospital, Gaza, Palestine
4. Department of Radiology, National cancer institute, Cairo, Egypt.

Corresponding author: Mohammed Alagha, Department of Radiology, Al-Shifa Hospital, Gaza, Palestine

Received: December 27, 2018
Published: December 31, 2018

Renal lymphoma rarely seen as a primary neoplasm of the kidney, it is often seen as a part of multisystem disseminated extranodal lymphoma, or as a tumor recurrence, also may be seen in immunocompromised patients. We report a case of an 80-year-old lady with primary renal lymphoma (PRL).

Keywords: CT; Lymphoma; Kidney

Abbreviations: PRL: Primary Renal Lymphoma; SRL: Secondary Renal Lymphoma; IVC: Inferior Vena Cava; CECT: Contrast Enhanced Computed Tomography; MPR: Multi-Planner Reconstruction; RCC: Renal Cell Carcinoma; INR: International Normalized Ratio; US: UltraSound

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