Drowned in fluids: A rare case of Polyserositis due to Non-Hodgkins lymphoma
ABSTRACTPolyserositis is defined as general inflammation of serous membranes associated with simultaneous effusions in various cavities. This rare syndrome has some unusual etiologies some of which are end stage diseases. Tuberculosis, rheumatism, SLE are the usual causes, While haematological malignancies are on the other end of the spectrum. We came across one such case of polyserositis masquerading as tuberculosis which turned out to be Non-Hodgkin
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