Elroy Patrick WELEDJI1 and Marcelin NGOWE NGOWE1
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Background: Breast cancer is the commonest malignancy in Cameroon. It contributes to about 18% of
all malignancies in both sexes and 32% of all female cancers. The commonest morphological type seen is
an invasive duct carcinoma, followed by a lobular carcinoma. Other forms are rare. Non Hodgkin’s
lymphoma is common in Cameroon and increasing, especially amongst HIV/AIDS patients. A primary
breast location of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma is very rare.
Case: We report a case of primary NHL of the breast in a 40 years old immune competent female with
gigantomatsia treated by bilateral total mastectomy.
Conclusion: The patient is alive and well 6 months after treatment.
Key words: Breast, Primary, Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Cameroon.
Primary non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma of the breast: Case report on a rare site of a common disease: J. Integ. Health 2017, 07(02):01-05
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