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How is non hodgkin lymphoma diagnosed? What symptoms would make you think somebody has it?
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Dr. Herbert Duvivier
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
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In brief: Biopsy.
Nhl is usually diagnosed by obtaining a lymph node biopsy.
There are no symptoms specific to nhl. However, people could have fever, weight loss, night sweats, itching, rash and enlarged lymph nodes; or they could have none of the above and present only with a enlarged lymph node.

In brief: Biopsy.
Nhl is usually diagnosed by obtaining a lymph node biopsy.
There are no symptoms specific to nhl. However, people could have fever, weight loss, night sweats, itching, rash and enlarged lymph nodes; or they could have none of the above and present only with a enlarged lymph node.
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