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Table 1 Case reports of Richter’s syndrome presenting as testicular mass

From: Testicular mass: a rare presentation of Richter's syndrome

Author Year Age (years) CLL B symptoms Testicular mass WBC count (× 109 /L) CT Treatment Recurrence free (follow-up)
Houdelette et al. [9] 1989 n/a Previously diagnosed Present Unilateral n/a n/a n/a n/a
Jha et al. [2] 2014 52 1st presentation (de novo RS) Present Unilateral 38 Retroperitoneal mass Orchidectomy + R-CHOP 10 months
Kengo et al. [8] 2019 72 Previously diagnosed Absent Bilateral 27 Retroperitoneal mass Bilateral Orchidectomy + R-CHOP + Intrathecal chemo 12 months
( present case) 2021 72 Previously diagnosed Absent Unilateral 17.5 Negative Bilateral Orchidectomy + R-CHOP + Intrathecal chemo 30 months