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Quiz 9 :

Lymphoid Lesions

Quiz 9 :

Lymphoid Lesions

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Oral extranodal lymphomas are most likely to present as ulcerated or nonulcerated masses in which of the following sites?
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Excluding tonsil, oral extranodal lymphomas are most commonly seen in which of the following sites?
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A 33-year-old patient presents with an asymptomatic swelling of her right submandibular space. Which of the following should be considered in a clinical differential diagnosis?
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A 0.5 0.5 cm lump in the posterior lateral border of the tongue of a 21-year-old man was biopsied. Microscopically, normal-appearing lymphoid tissue was noted in the wall of a benign cystic lesion. This would be consistent with:
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Oral extranodal lymphomas that are HIV related are most commonly of which of the following types?
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Which of the following is seen with increased frequency in AIDS patients?
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Oral extranodal lymphomas:
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A 32-year-old HIV-positive patient developed an ulcerated gingival mass that was biopsied and diagnosed as high-grade lymphoma. A staging workup showed that he had stage IV disease. His prognosis relative to his lymphoma would be:
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A 25-year-old woman developed a recurrent mass in her buccal mucosa. On biopsy, the lesion was described as a benign spindle cell proliferation. All the following are consistent with this description except:
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