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A silent enemy that you have to look for. Without symptoms there is no diagnosis

CLINICAL CASE

Patient: A 68-year-old male patient, with high blood pressure under control

Previous Diagnosis: Follicular lymphoma (2013) stage IIA, treated with chemotherapy, three years ago. He had two recurrences rescued with chemotherapy and a third one spreading to the nodes and bone marrow.

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