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Early symptoms of malignant lymphoma

Updated: Tuesday, Mar 23,2010, 2:11:54 PM
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Lymphoma symptoms are swollen lymph nodes physically touched early without pain nor itch, so often ignored by people. Approximately 60% of lymphoma, first discovered enlarged lymph nodes in the neck, starting with just a swell, then slowly increase in the number, and the more swollen. Lymphoma can occur in systemic lymphoid tissues, such as the chin, jaw, former neck, collarbone, the armpit, groin, mediastinum or abdominal arteries adjacent to, and sometimes cause compression symptoms occur in internal organs; if it occurs in the stomach, small intestine or the large intestine may have abdominal distension, abdominal pain, abdominal mass, vomiting, blood in the stool and other gastrointestinal symptoms; if lymphoma bone marrow involvement, it may produce pale, fever, abnormal bleeding and other symptoms, and sometimes an exception can be seen in peripheral blood lymphocytes appear .

The reasons for the current incidence of lymphoma is not very clear, which may be caused by many factors interact with the body. However, some types of lymphoma may be related to bacterial and viral infection. Therefore, we should develop good habits, regular physical examination, early detection of disease, early treatment. Clinical manifestations of lymphoma no special symptoms, but if there is no reason for the long-term fever, night sweats, weight loss, or sudden painless swelling of lymph nodes, they should as soon as possible to the hospital.

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