Case Reports in Hematology / 2019 / Article / Fig 1

Case Report

Plasmablastic Lymphoma, a Rare Entity in Bone Marrow with Unusual Immunophenotype and Challenging Differential Diagnosis

Figure 1

The abdomen and thoracic CT scan. (a) Coronal contrast-enhanced CT image of the abdomen with hepatosplenomegaly: the craniocaudal diameter of the right liver lobe is 24 cm (normal 12–17 cm); the craniocaudal diameter of the spleen is 14.5 cm (normal up to 13 cm). (b) Enlarged mesenteric lymph nodes (red arrow) measure 1.6 cm in short axis. (c) Para-aortic lymph nodes (red arrows) measure about 1.4 and 1.3 cm in short axis. (d) Lymph node in mediastinal station 4R measures about 1.5 cm in short axis.

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