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|LOW GRADE LYMHOID PROLIFERATION HISTOLOGICALLY CONSISTENT WITH FOLLICULAR LYMPHOMA.
Other histological possiblities are
1) MALT Lymphoma of GI origin.
2) Extension from low grade thymic lymhoma.
this is summry of HISTOPATHLOGY REPORT
re: Information about Lymphoma. what is Lymhoma by Sawale Sagar Dttatray - Jun 10th, 2011 12:53 pm
Sawale Sagar Dttatray
|Dear Sawale Sagar Dattatray
A chest radiograph should be performed, but a computed tomography (CT) scan of chest should be considered if the findings from the chest radiograph are abnormal or cause suspicion. CT scans from the abdomen and pelvis ought to be performed to determine if abdominal or pelvic adenopathy exists. CT scans allow visualization from the kidneys, ureters, and also the hepatobiliary system. At times, these organs are affected by obstruction because of lymphadenopathy or by parenchymal involvement with lymphoma. Positron emission tomography (PET) scanning complements standard radiologic testing, but only a minority of patients will be identified as having a greater stage of disease. Biopsy is essential to establish an analysis of lymphoma. Get the excisional biopsy of the involved node. Note that a needle aspiration isn't adequate for the initial diagnosis of lymphoma. The rare patient who presents with localized disease ought to be given radiation therapy with curative intent; approximately half of these patients is going to be cured with radiation alone. Unfortunately, less than 10 percent of patients with follicular lymphoma present with localized disease. Single agents chemotherapy tend to have lower response rates and supply a shorter amount of disease control than do combination chemotherapy regimens. Nevertheless they work for selected patients, simply because they may be better to administer, induce less toxicity, and palliate symptoms. Using radioimmunoconjugate agents is restricted within the by the need for highly trained staff and specialized equipment, the cost of therapy, the risk for secondary malignancies, and the relatively short amount of follow-up.
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