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What Are The Most Effective Ways To Prevent Burkitt Lymphoma
Very aggressive: One categorization of the many types of lymphoma is: indolent, aggresssive, very aggressive. Brukitt lymphoma (bl) is a very aggressive lymphoma. It proliferates (grows) very quickly. Intensive therapy is needed including intrathecal (cns fluid) chemotherapy. However, it usually responds quickly to treatment. That can cause rapid tumor death and tumor lysis syndrome (tls). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Agressive lymphoma: Burkitt's lymphoma is a very agressive b cell-non hodgkin's lymphoma. When you see it under microscope it gives you appearance of starry sky pattern.Usually presented with a rapid enlargement of lymph nodes and often times is associated with symptoms-like fevers, chils, night sweats, unintentional weight loss etc. It requires agressive chemotherapy. See more at the www.Lls.Org. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Yes, it is true. No clear hereditary /inheritance pattern in burkitt's lymphoma. Endemic lymphoma is associated with ebv infection. In HIV positive patients, burkitts lymphoma typically affects those with a relatively high cd4 count and no opportunistic infections. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Taxonomy of: Malignancy used to derive from embyonal cells of origin. All ectoderm and endoderm linings were cancers, and tended to spread to nodes. All mesodermal origin tissues were sarcomas, and tended to bllod borne mets. Bone marrow and lymphatics were mesodermally derives, andformerly were called "lymphosarcoma". Frankly, historical interset only, not helpful. Burkitt is linked to ebstein barr virus. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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