A 65-year-old female patient had a diagnosis of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. He went to the hospital with fever, neutropenia and dyspnea after a cycle of chemotherapy. Continue reading ex-juvantibus: dyspnea, neutropenia, corticoids
The eye and the adnexal area can be an anatomical location for extranodal lymphoma. The lacrimal gland is often involved. Histologically most of the lymphoma are MALT-type (mucosa associated lymphoma tissue). There is a controversial information about an association between ocular lymphoma and Chlamydia psittaci.
We show here a patient with a diagnosis of conjuntival lymphoma: