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Long term survival after treatment of disseminated T cell lymphoma presenting with tracheal obstruction in a patient with coeliac disease.
  1. D J Seddon,
  2. K F Chung,
  3. F J Paradinas,
  4. E S Newlands,
  5. P D Snashall
  1. Department of Medicine, Charing Cross Hospital, London.

    Abstract

    A 46 year old man with coeliac disease and upper airway obstruction was thought to have undifferentiated carcinoma of the trachea. Subsequent immunohistological examination showed that the neoplasm was a T cell lymphoma. He had combination chemotherapy and is alive and well seven years after diagnosis.

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