Case Reports in Infectious Diseases / 2016 / Article / Fig 1

Case Report

First Report of AIDS-Related Burkitt’s Lymphoma Presenting as Bilateral Orbital Masses

Figure 1

Striking facial deformities due to a dramatic enlargement of orbital and frontal masses between the 3rd (a) and 23rd (b, c, and d) days of hospitalization. CT scan study showing bilateral orbital soft-tissue masses infiltrating and compressing the eyeballs (e). Frontal mass histopathology study (f) presenting diffuse infiltrate of medium-sized malignant lymphoid cells and multiple macrophages with apoptotic debris, creating the “starry sky” pattern (×400; hematoxylin-eosin). Immunochemistry revealed a positive result for Ki-67 > 95% (g).

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