Duodenal Lymphoma 6 of 24

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In summary, duodenal lymphoma is an uncommon malignancy that may present with elective or emergent operative indications. Cell type, grade, and presence of disseminated disease are the principal determinants of therapy and prognosis. Bleeding from high-grade lesions requires early and aggressive operative therapy. Lower grade malignancies such as follicular lymphoma are effectively treated with surgery and radiation when localized. MALT is treated principally with medical measures to eradicate H. pylori and radiation or chemotherapy for persistent lesions.

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