• Chemotherapy is the use of drugs to kill cancer cells. Surgery is usually not an option. Surgery is usually not an option because leukemia cells can spread to all the organs via the blood stream and the lymph vessels.

    Some other indications include a feeling of swollen chest, loss of consciousness, cough, followed by chest pain, itching sores and redness of the skin. One of the lymphoma symptoms in children as well as in adults is shortness of breath.

    A local infection, at the site of the wound only, can lead to swelling or the formation of pus. This in itself is not always dangerous, but may lead to complications, perhaps with the joints becoming infected, or even the whole lymphatic system being invaded. Clearly those more at risk to such forms of infection are the very young, the elderly or those with suppressed immunosufficiency, such as cancer patients on medication and AIDS sufferers.

    Unfortunately, even though the statistics make it very clear that early detection through breast cancer screening saves lives, there are still doctors who fail to screen female patients for breast cancer. They fail to perform breast examinations and fail to order mammograms. And some doctors ignore abnormal breast examination results and even abnormal mammograms results.

    The differential diagnosis of a cavitary lung mass consists of a wide variety of pulmonary diseases. Some, such as bronchogenic carcinoma, tuberculosis (TB), and suppurative lung disease, are common, and others, such as actinomycosis, are relatively infrequent.

    How is Lymphoma treated? The various types of lymphoma are treated differently. Your physician will be better able to inform you which course of treatment is available for you. The majority of cancers are treated with immunotherapy, chemotherapy, and radiation. The objective is to get rid of the abnormal cells and to allow new healthy cells to develop in their place. A number of treatments are sometimes needed to reach this goal and help you recover.

    Lymph nodes are part of the immune system. The most common reason for a lump in the neck arising from a lymph node is an upper respiratory tract infection (including pharyngitis and tonsillitis) but they can also occur as a result of inflammation from scalp dermatitis or psoriasis. Malignant lymph node lumps do also occur and must be thought of if a lump is getting progressively bigger or is associated with other upper respiratory or digestive tract symptoms such as ear pain, hoarseness and difficulty or pain on swallowing.

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