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Cahiers Santé Médecine Thérapeutique


Lymphome malin non hodgkinien primitif maxillaire Volume 31, numéro 2, mars-avril 2022


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Service de médecine interne et onco-hématologie, CHU Hassan II, Fès, Maroc
* Tirés à part : W. Rhandour

Maxillary primary lymphoma is a rare disease, the most common histological type being malignant the most common histological type is malignant large cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma type B CELL LYMPHOMA (DLBCL). The reported cases are most often related to lymphomas of adjacent sites. adjacent sites. Case report: We report the case of a 53 year old patient with a history of chronic history of chronic smoking for 15 years, who presented with a gingival swelling without any without any other associated signs, which had been evolving for three months. The biopsy was in favour of a DLBCL. The biopsy was in favour of DLBCL. The extension study showed a primary lymphoma in the jaw. The patient was treated with by a polychemotherapy type R-CHOP associated with an intrathecal chemoprophylaxis with a good evolution. Conclusion: Primary maxillary DLBCL is rare. There is often a diagnostic delay due to the location, the practitioner must be alerted to persistent signs in order to avoid in order to avoid a delay in adequate therapeutic management.