Problems in Lymphoma Management: Special Sites of Presentation
February 01, 1998
The article by Dr. Connors is an excellent overview of lymphomas involving five sites: the eye, central nervous system (CNS), sinuses, testes, and stomach. The author emphasizes that these lymphomas present unique management challenges even to the experienced oncologist. The tumors are difficult to diagnose, resistant to treatment, or, in the case of gastric lymphoma, occasionally associated with a causative organism that warrants antibiotic treatment.