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Acta Oncol. 1997;36(3):307-11.

Treatment of lethal midline granuloma type nasal T-cell lymphoma.

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  • 1Department of Radiology, Sapporo Medical University, School of Medicine, Chuo-Ku, Japan.

Abstract

Nasal T-cell lymphoma of the LMG type (LMG-NTL) is characterized by progressive, unrelenting ulceration, and necrosis of the nasal cavity and midline facial tissues. The clinical behavior of this tumor in 16 patients is compared with that of a nasal lymphoma of non-LMG-NTL type (non-LMG-NTL) in 8 patients and a paranasal sinus lymphoma (PSL) in 6 patients. All patients had stage I or II disease. Fourteen of the 16 patients with LMG-NTL received chemotherapy before and/or after radiotherapy. Cause-specific 5-year survival rates for patients with LMG-NTL, non-LMG-NTL, and PSL were 22%, 75%, and 67% respectively. Seven patients with LMG-NTL, had complete response, although 3 recurred, whereas it was incomplete in 9 patients. The data indicates that it is desirable to deliver 50 Gy or more to achieve in-field control of LMG-NTL.

PMID:
9208902
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