Burkitt lymphoma in children causing an osteolytic lesion in the mandible: A case report

Abstract Imaging is the first step in diagnosing a persistent swelling of the jaw. A lymphoma in the jaw typically manifests as a poorly defined osteolytic lesion. A biopsy is mandatory and will result in definite diagnosis.

Bibliographic Details
Main Authors: Wouter De Coninck, Dries Govaerts, Michel Bila, Griet Vansteenkiste, Anne Uyttebroeck, Thomas Tousseyn, Constantinus Politis
Format: Article
Published: Wiley 2021-02-01
Series:Clinical Case Reports
Online Access:https://doi.org/10.1002/ccr3.3703