MIMICKING LYMPHADENOPATHY

Arvindh Manohar, Periyasamy Manimekalai

Abstract


ABSTRACT

Among patients with malignancy affecting organs like uterus, breast, stomach, lungs or lymphomas, Sarcoid-like granulomas can often occur. Some tumours like Hodgkin's and non Hodgkin lymphoma have shown such reactions. In parallel, HL is widely distorted by cell-mediated immunity, so immunodeficiency can lead to infections, mainly viral infections due to Epstein-Barr virus, herpes, cytomegalovirus and species of Mycobacterium infections like Tuberculosis could manifest


Keywords


Keywords: lymphadenopathy Hodgkin lymphoma,tuberculosis

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