Journal of the Korean Ophthalmological Society 1991;32(3):339-343.
Published online March 1, 1991.
Malignant Lymphoma on Upper Eyelid.
Gye Jung Bae, Sung Kun Chung, Yoon Won Myong
Department of Ophthalmology, Catholic University Medical College, Seoul, Korea.
상안검에 발생한 악성 임파종
정성근(Sung Kun Chung),배계종(Gye Jung Bae),명윤원(Yoon Won Myong)
Abstract
Malignant lymphoma is neoplastic transformation of cells that reside predominantly in lymphoid tissues. Malignant lymphoma involving the eye is a rare disease. Malignant lymphoma of the lid is extremely rare. The authors experienced a case of malignant lymphoma involving the lid in a 62 year-old male patient. At first visit, the patient complained of a palpable painless mass on the left upper eye lid. Later, the malignant lymphoma was confirmed by histopathologic examination. As for treatment, the lid mass excision was performed and 10 MeV electron beam 4000 rad radiotherapy was followed.
Key Words: Electron beam;malignant lymphoma


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