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Table 1 Clinical and pathologic features of EMH with concurrent lymphoproliferative neoplasm in the literature

From: Paraspinal extramedullary hematopoiesis in hereditary spherocytosis with a concurrent follicular lymphoma: case report and review of the literature

Reference Gender Age (years) Anatomic site of EMH Previous history of lymphoma Concurrent lymphoid disease Last follow-up
Musolino A. et al., 2007 F 36 Central nervous system Yes AIDS-related central nervous system lymphoma Dead, 20 days after starting treatment
Mudhar HS. et al., [24] F 81 Eye (uvea) No Intravascular diffuse large B-cell lymphoma Alive, short follow-up
Gupta N. et al., [26] NS NS Lymph node Yes T-cell leukemia Alive, 4 months of follow-up
Forest F. et al., [25] NS 53 Skin (surgical scar) Yes Marginal zone B-cell lymphoma Alive, 10 years of follow-up
Current Case M 70 Paraspinal mass (D6 – D9) No Follicular lymphoma, diffuse variant Alive, 6 months of follow-up
  1. F: female; M: male; NS: Not specified