Lymphoma - – Staging for Lymphoma Lymphoma Lymphoma Third most commonest malignancy • Hodgkin – Middle to late 20s – Fever(10 – Night

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Prognosis Hodgkin Initial complete remission: 90% Stage I/II: most are cured. Stage III: 70-90% (chemo + radio) Stage IV: 60-85% (chemo +/- radio) Non-Hodgkin Two year event free- survival 90% with limited stage disease. Stage III and IV 70%. Advanced stage: 90% 2-Yr EFS.
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Further investigations Biopsy Blood urea, electrolytes, nitrogen Lactate dehydrogenase Bone marrow CSF CT Scan Bone scan; Gallium-67 scan
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Unformatted text preview: – Staging for Lymphoma Lymphoma: Lymphoma: Third most commonest malignancy. • Hodgkin – Middle to late 20s – Fever (10%) – Night sweats – Mediastinal enlarged lymph nodes. – Compression symptoms • Non-Hodgkin – Mediastinal (25%) – Cervical (29%) – Lymphoblastic: head and neck region or the anterior mediastimum – Presssure symptoms...
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This note was uploaded on 12/24/2011 for the course STEP 1 taught by Professor Dr.aslam during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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Lymphoma - – Staging for Lymphoma Lymphoma Lymphoma Third most commonest malignancy • Hodgkin – Middle to late 20s – Fever(10 – Night

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