Case Report
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World J Gastroenterol. Aug 7, 2013; 19(29): 4827-4831
Published online Aug 7, 2013. doi: 10.3748/wjg.v19.i29.4827
Table 1 Literature review of the endoscopic findings in acquired immune deficiency syndrome-related lymphoma patients
Ref.PatientsInvolved GI tractEndoscopic findings
Friedman[9]NHL (n = 12)Esophagus, stomach, duodenum, small bowel, colon, rectumMultiple bulky tumor masses, small polypoid lesions
Heise et al[10]NHL (n = 48)Esophagus, stomach, duodenum, small bowel, colon, rectumBulky tumor mass, polypoid lesions, deep well-defined ulceration, necrotic abscesses
Corti et al[11]Burkitt lymphoma (45-yr man)DuodenumPseudo-polypoid masses
Andrews et al[12]NHL (n = 30)Stomach, small bowel, colonTumor mass, ulceration, nodular lesions
Mani et al[13]Plasmablastic lymphoma (40-yr man)Esophagus, stomachTumor mass, ulceration
Mahmoudi et al[14]Lymphoma (38-yr woman)StomachUlceration, non-specific inflammation
Chow et al[15]41-yr womanEsophagusA flat and solitary ulcer
Cappell et al[16]GI lymphoma in AIDS patients (n = 6)Esophagus, stomach, duodenumMultiple volcano-like masses, ulceration, stricture with ulceration, nodular lesions, tumor mass, large sessile polypoid lesions
Yehya et al[17]44-yr manColonMass with ulceration
Rezende et al[18]NHL in AIDS patients (n = 6)StomachPolypoid lesions, ulceration
Fujita et al[19]41-yr manStomachMultiple submucosal tumors with ulceration
Nakazuru et al[20]68-yr manDuodenumWell-defined ulceration, auricle-like shaped mass with scattered tiny white spots