Management of Orbital Lymphoma
In this chapter dealing with management of orbital lymphomas, the term “orbital” will refer to lymphomas occurring in the conjunctiva, lacrimal gland, and eyelid as well as the orbit. As orbital lymphomas are relatively rare tumors, the author has relied heavily on information from the three largest collected series of 115 patients from the United Kingdom (Bessell et al. 1988), 108 cases from the United States (Jakobiec and Knowles 1989), and 42 cases from Canada (Fitzpatrick and Macko 1984).
KeywordsLymphoma Leukemia Corticosteroid Mold Retina
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