[Burkitt's lymphoma presenting as ovarian tumor].


Burkitt's lymphoma is a rapidly progressing tumor, which could be cured in 60-80% of cases. Its infiltration of the ileo-cecal region often spreads to the ovaries, though primary ovarian manifestation is also common. By presenting our case of a 27-year-old nulliparous patient with primary ovarian Burkitt's lymphoma, we would like to draw attention to its diagnostic and therapeutic difficulties.

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@article{Dudnyikova2012BurkittsLP, title={[Burkitt's lymphoma presenting as ovarian tumor].}, author={Anna Dudnyikova and Erika M. T{\'o}th and Be{\'a}ta De{\'a}k and Imre Pete}, journal={Magyar onkologia}, year={2012}, volume={56 4}, pages={282-6} }