SPONTANEOUS PERFORATION OF PRIMARY GASTRIC MALT LYMPHOMA: A CASE REPORT
Journal of Disease and Global Health,
Primary gastric lymphoma with spontaneous perforation is exceptional. We report here the case of a 35- year-old-woman who was admitted to our surgery department with severe epigastralgia. Chest Radiography in standing position showed pneumoperitoneum. Intraoperative exploration revealed a perforated gastric tumor in the greater curvature. A total gastrectomy with lymph node dissection was done. Pathological examination confirmed the diagnosis of extra nodal marginal zone lymphoma of mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT lymphoma). The patient was referred for postoperative adjuvant chemotherapy. He is currently with no signs of recurrence, 7 months after his operation.
- Spontaneous perforation
- gastric lymphoma
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