Residency Program - Case of the Month
September 2018 - Presented by Trevor Starnes, M.D.
A previously healthy adolescent male presents with one week of jaundice and abdominal pain. Liver enzymes are elevated, and a CBC is normal. Radiology imaging reveals an obstructing mass at the pancreatic head. A biopsy of the mass is obtained. Bone marrow biopsies and peripheral blood flow cytometry (not shown) are normal.
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Which is the most likely diagnosis?
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D.) Myeloid sarcoma
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