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Case Report Open Access
This case report illustrates the presentation of a six-year-old female with a four month history of increasing redness and swelling of her forehead. At the time of presentation, the clinical history and physical examination did not suggest an oncologic diagnosis. However, due to the persistence and enlargement of the facial lesion, a biopsy was performed and revealed precursor B-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma. This case illustrates an unusual initial presentation of lymphoblastic lymphoma and the effectiveness of routine skin biopsy for skin masses in the early diagnosis of cutaneous pre-B-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma.
Lymphoma, Mass, Pediatrics, B-Cell, organomegaly, lymphadenopathy, cranial nerve dysfunction, joint swelling, muscle weakness