Is lymphoma lymphoid cancer?

Lymphoma is a kind of malignant tumor originated from the LYMPHOPOIETIC system, which is often called lymphoid cancer, which is generally called lymphoma in medicine. In the process of resistance to viruses, bacteria and tumors, lymphocytes can undergo malignant changes, which lead to lymphoma.

Lymphoma is often found in lymph nodes, but because of the distribution characteristics of the lymph system, lymphoma belongs to systemic disease, which almost invades the whole body tissue and roll. This is the terrible part of lymphoma and the real “killer”.

What are the symptoms of lymphoma?

  1. Neck enlarged

Lymphoma has no pain, and the early phenomenon is that the neck and shoulder neck become larger, and sticking together makes people feel like they have no neck and the head is very large. Lymphoma can destroy the body’s defense mechanism and resistance, and other phenomena may occur throughout the body, such as persistent fever, low fever, weakness of limbs, and dizziness and brain distension.

  1. Systemic symptoms

Malignant lymphoma patients will have fever and rash on their skin, and suddenly they become thin. The rise of body temperature and weight are falling, and sweating is dripping. The continuous appearance of this condition indicates that lymphoma is deteriorating, and symptoms such as persistent fever and sweating may indicate the development of disease. Meanwhile, the symptoms following malignant lymphomas are jaundice, anemia and frequent low fever in serious people.

  1. Itching

Lymphoma is very soft and does not hurt. If the chin swells, it must be a problem with lymphoma. If a part of the body or the whole body range, if not because of allergies or urticaria this problem will be inexplicable itching, may also be malignant lymphoma.

  1. Dyspepsia

Lymphoma also affects the gastrointestinal system, causes dyspepsia and other phenomena, and will cause ascites and diarrhea frequently.

  1. Anemia

Anemia may occur in the early stage of malignant lymphoma, because it will have a certain impact on the hematopoietic system, affect the skeleton, and a disease of hemolytic anemia will appear in the late stage.

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