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I Stand Corrected (Calcium)! – A Rare Case of Prostate Lymphoma

Published:February 20, 2023DOI:
      A 71-year-old Malay male with a 37-pack-year smoking history but no known past medical history presented with a 1-week history of painful left lower limb swelling involving the entire limb. He denied any trauma; prolonged periods of immobilization; major surgery; or any infective, constitutional or localizing symptoms concerning for an underlying malignancy (including obstructive urinary symptoms and gross hematuria).
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