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Table 1 The clinical characteristics of patients with lymphoma after delivery

From: An autopsy case of peripheral T cell lymphoma occurring in a postpartum woman: a unique case suggesting changes in the immunocharacteristics of lymphoma cells before and after delivery

  Age (years) Time Lesion Disease
[1] 30 During lactation Bilateral breast B cell lymphoma
[2] 23 During lactation Bilateral breast Burkitt lymphoma
[3] 34 Postpartum Bilateral breast Burkitt lymphoma
[4] Unknown (5 case reports) During lactation unknown Burkitt lymphoma
[5] Unknown (12 case reports) Within first 6 months after last delivery unknown Hodgkin’s disease
[6] 32 3 months after delivery Neck, Axilla ALCL (primary diagnosis)
PTCL (recurrent tumor)
Our case 32 4 days after delivery Heart, Lung, Liver, Spleen, Pancreas, Kidney, Breast, Adrenal gland Esophagus, Stomach, Intestine, Gallbladder, Urinary bladder, Trachea, Thymus, Diaphragm, Peritoneum, Greater omentum, Aorta, Inferior vena cava Bone, Skin, Uterus, Uterine appendages, Lymph nodes PTCL