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Case 1117

Bilateral ovarian involvement in Burkitt lymphoma

Author(s)
P. Polat, N. Gursan, H. Gumus, U. Bayraktar
 
Patient
female, 4 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    US appearance of bilateral ovarian masses and right upper quadrant mass
     

    On transverse B-mod US , a hypoechoic solid mass lesion is seen posterior to bladder and extending to the abdomen

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: US appearance of bilateral ovarian masses and right upper quadrant mass;

    In close proximity to this lesion a second lesion is seen neighboring the hepatic flexura with same echo texture

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: US appearance of bilateral ovarian masses and right upper quadrant mass;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    CT appearances of ovarian mass and right upper quadrant mass
     

    : On contrast-enhanced axial CT section, a hypodense mass lesion with no contrast enhancement is seen at pelvis. Note slightly laterally displaced ureters and anteriorly displaced bladder

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT appearances of ovarian mass and right upper quadrant mass;

    On axial CT section through the lower pole of the left kidney shows a hypodense mass lesion with peripheral enhancement in close proximity to hepatic flexura. There is also a rotation abnormality in the left kidney

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT appearances of ovarian mass and right upper quadrant mass;
     
     
  • Figure 3
    Histopathologic findings of ovarian mass lesion

    Histopathologic examination of Burkitt’s lymphoma (H.Ex200)

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Histopathologic findings of ovarian mass lesion;
     
     
On transverse B-mod US , a hypoechoic solid mass lesion is seen posterior to bladder and extending to the abdomen
 
In close proximity to this lesion a second lesion is seen neighboring the hepatic flexura with same echo texture
 
: On contrast-enhanced axial CT section, a hypodense mass lesion with no contrast enhancement is seen at pelvis. Note slightly laterally displaced ureters and anteriorly displaced bladder
 
On axial CT section through the lower pole of the left kidney shows a hypodense mass lesion with peripheral enhancement in close proximity to hepatic flexura. There is also a rotation abnormality in the left kidney
 
Histopathologic examination of Burkitt’s lymphoma (H.Ex200)
 
 
 
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