[Case Report] An unusual extranodal T-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma
A 32-year-old woman was admitted to our unit in April, 2015, with a 2-week history of back and loin pain, heaviness in her thighs, intermittent fever and rigors. Her medical history included trigeminal neuralgia and pervasive anxiety, for which she had recently started quetiapine. On examination, her temperature was 39°C, but there were no other abnormal physical findings. The blood count and biochemical profile, including liver and renal function, were normal apart from raised C-reactive protein (CRP; 118 mg/L, normal <4 mg/L).