The woman on the head injury repeatedly bulge accidentally discovered a rare cancer when doing housework accidentally hit the foot of the bed, the head of a bag and take longer, to the hospital after the treatment of bruises, after more than a local matchmaker began to bulge. After undergoing a week’s apprehension, Rong aunt got the result of the disease: rare neurological lymphoma, and then she was transferred to the Department of hematology for treatment. 57 year old Rong aunt retired home, 3 months ago, she knelt on the ground to wipe the floor, hit the foot of a bed, a bulge immediately on the forehead. Aunt Rong didn’t care too much. Did not expect the package longer, foot egg, it ran to a nearby community hospital, a doctor on the spot out of the dark blood more than 20 ml. Swelling only more than a month, Rong aunt found that the old place once again muster up the bag. Find out something wrong, she quickly found Wuhan No.1 Hospital Department of neurosurgery. MRI allows the doctor was shocked: the brain fist big a shadow, the skull seemed to be bug eaten as the boundary is blurred. Only craniotomy can determine the good or bad of the tumor, hematoma can be cleaned more clean. Department of Neurosurgery director Wu Jinglei surgeon to do the surgery aunt rong. Yesterday, the disease confirmed that it was diffuse large B cell lymphoma of the central nervous system, which had invaded the skull. "This is a rare malignant lymphoma of the nervous system." Wu Jinglei introduced, the disease occurs 40-60 year old people, the disease in the rapid development within half a year. Early headache, vomiting, lethargy, and some people will change character. After active and standard radiotherapy and chemotherapy, the survival time of the patients can reach 3-5 years. He pointed out that Aunt Rong’s lymphoma had nothing to do with the trauma, but it was only when she knocked her head that she could find it in time. Wu Jinglei reminds, once the head of the packet for a long time without swelling, must go to the hospital as soon as possible to head CT and other checks, so as not to miss diagnosis.