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What symptoms usually go along with non-hodgkin's lymphoma?
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Dr. Gene Wong
Radiation Oncology
In brief: Systemic and local
Non hodgkins lymphoma may cause systemic symptoms such as weight loss, fever, night sweats and itchiness.
Locally, it can present as a lump or sweling in the head and neck, groin or any lymph node area. If it's large, it can obstruct passage ways such as esophagus, intestines, ureter or blood vessels. If it involves the chest, it may give symptoms of cough, shortness of breath or pain.

In brief: Systemic and local
Non hodgkins lymphoma may cause systemic symptoms such as weight loss, fever, night sweats and itchiness.
Locally, it can present as a lump or sweling in the head and neck, groin or any lymph node area. If it's large, it can obstruct passage ways such as esophagus, intestines, ureter or blood vessels. If it involves the chest, it may give symptoms of cough, shortness of breath or pain.
Dr. Gene Wong
Dr. Gene Wong
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Dr. Paul Slawek
Radiology
In brief: Large Lymph Nodes
Non-hodgkin's lymphoma is the more severe type of a group of related tumors of the lymph node system. Large ln's usually first sign.
Abnormal chest x-ray also frequent. Fever, fatigue, weight loss, large liver and spleen. Can involve bones and produce bone pain.

In brief: Large Lymph Nodes
Non-hodgkin's lymphoma is the more severe type of a group of related tumors of the lymph node system. Large ln's usually first sign.
Abnormal chest x-ray also frequent. Fever, fatigue, weight loss, large liver and spleen. Can involve bones and produce bone pain.
Dr. Paul Slawek
Dr. Paul Slawek
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