Case Report
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World J Gastroenterol. Mar 28, 2013; 19(12): 1992-1996
Published online Mar 28, 2013. doi: 10.3748/wjg.v19.i12.1992
Table 1 Patients detected to have primary follicular lymphoma of gastrointestinal tract by 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography combined with computed tomography
Case No.Age (yr)SexDiagnosis(WHO grade)Clinical stage(Lugano)FLIPILocations in GI tractEndoscopic appearancesPET-CT
152MFL (grade 1)ILowDuodenum descending portion-duodenojejunal flexureDense cluster of whitish granules(+) descending portion and duodenojejunal flexure of duodenum
JejunumCluster of whitish granules(-)
Terminal ileumNormal lymph follicles(-)
262FFL (grade 1)II2IntermediateJejunumSwelling and thickening of folds(+) jejunum
IleumNormal lymph follicles(-)
366FFL (grade 1)II2IntermediatePapilla vaterMild swelling and erosion(-)
JejunumSparse cluster of small nodules(-)
IleumSparse cluster of small nodules(-)
Terminal ileum-ileocecal valveDense cluster of granules and nodules(+) ileocecal valve
461FFL (grade 1)IVHighDuodenal bulbRough mucosa(-)
Duodenum descending portion-jejunumCluster of numerous whitish granules(+) duodenum-jejunum
IleumMultiple ulcers with irregular margin(+) ileum