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Van Den Akker M.,Queen Paola Childrens Hospital | Zudekov V.,University Medical Center Soroka | Moser A.,University Medical Center Soroka | Kapelushnik J.,University Medical Center Soroka
Journal of Medical Case Reports | Year: 2011

Introduction. Osseous involvement of Hodgkin's lymphoma is uncommon. When osteolytic lesions are seen on imaging it is important to evaluate potential other causes. Case presentation. We report the case of a 10-year-old Caucasian boy who presented to our facility with a bony lesion of the right clavicle and enlarged cervical lymph nodes. A simultaneous biopsy of the lymph node and of the osteolytic process of his right proximal clavicle was performed and revealed two different kinds of lesions: a mixed cellularity Hodgkin's lymphoma and an osteochondroma. Conclusions: Since the latter is a common benign bone tumor, which should not interfere with the staging of the lymphoma, we emphasize the importance of ensuring that all efforts are made to acquire a diagnostic biopsy of all atypical lesions. © 2011 van den Akker et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. Source

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