Case Report
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World J Gastroenterol. Oct 7, 2013; 19(37): 6304-6309
Published online Oct 7, 2013. doi: 10.3748/wjg.v19.i37.6304
Table 1 Composite diffuse large B-cell lymphoma and classical Hodgkin’s lymphoma: A review of the literature
Ref.Gender/age (yr)OrganEBV infectionTreatmentFollow up timeStatus
Paulli et al[6]Male/37Supra-clavicular lymph nodesNA8 cycles of pro-MACE-CytaBOM chemotherapy23 wkANED
Bellan et al[7]Female/29Cervical lymph nodesNAMACOP-B chemotherapy for 8 wk and autologous stem cells transplant30 moANED
Rosenquist et al[8]Female/74Inguinal lymph nodes+6 cycles of CHOP chemotherapy12 wkANED
Prochorec-Sobieszek et al[9]Male/67Stomach+6 courses of CHOP chemotherapy22 wkANED
Male/76Stomach+6 courses of cyclophosphamide and cladribine chemotherapy14 wkDOD
Huang et al[10]Male/56Small intestine+Lesion resected6 dDOD
Miyagaki et al[11]Male/75Axillary lymph nodes+6 courses of RCHOP3 yrDOD
Yu et al[12]Female/37Anterior mediastinum6 courses of CHOP chemotherapy and 23 times radiotherapy33 wkANED
Bautista-Quach et al[13]Female/6Multiple lymph nodes+Combined chemotherapy (program unknown )17 wkDOD
Wang et al (present case)Female/53StomachLesion resected and 8 courses of CHOP and 2 courses of RCHOP chemotherapy45 wkDOD