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Distribution Burkitt’s Tumour in Africa.

Distribution Burkitt’s Tumour in Africa.

Maxillary tumour.

Photo 1. Maxillary tumour. The geographical distribution of the tumour in high incidence is mainly controlled by two climatic parameters, temperature and humidity. In tropical Africa as well as other continents the distribution of Burkitt's tumour is roughly the same as that of malaria. Circles indicate several cases, squares show areas of unspecified documentation and stars indicate occasional cases.

Maxillary tumour.

Photo 2. Maxillary tumour. One of the most common forms of clinical presentation is that of facial swelling. The jaws, one or more quadrants, are most frequently affected.

Kidneys with Burkitt's tumour.

Photo 3. Kidneys with Burkitt's tumour.


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