2007 Series - February 20, 2007
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|An 80-year-old man presents with a slowly growing, fleshy patch noted on his conjunctiva. You suspect that this may be a lymphoma. |
|What is true regarding orbital lymphoma? |
||It is most likely a T cell proliferation.|
||The location of the lymphoma is not important.|
||There is less than a 10% risk of systemic involvement.|
||Burkitt’s lymphoma almost always occurs in children.|
||Radiotherapy is never used in the management of this disease.|
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