Lymphoma of the cervix
Pelvic pain and vaginal discharge
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Diffuse enlargement of the cervix and infiltration of the cervical stroma with tissue that show altered signal displaying increased signal than the surrounding cervical stroma in T1 and T2. The endocervical canal is preserved and the cervical serosal surface is intact.
Diagnosis: Cervical lymphoma (histopathologically proved)
Non Hodgkin lymphoma may involves the uterine or cervical stroma causing diffuse enlargement rather than focal masses with preservation of endocervical canal. Usually there is no involvement of the epithelium and hence no ulceration occurs.Differential consideration includes cervical carcinoma, leiomyoma and metastatic deposits.