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Myelodysplastic syndrome, taking cyclosporine. Ultrasound showed perpancreatic lymph node. What can this be?

I am 66 years old I have MDS and have been on cyclosporine for four years my blood levels are normal right now but an ultrasound I had the other day picked up a1 centimeter perpancreatic lymph node what can this mean
Asked On : Fri, 16 Mar 2012
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Hello.I hope you are in good health. The possibilities for this node could be either
1 Normal finding ....nodes are present in abdomen
2infection in abdomen......check if you are having any fever episode
3 Disease of nodes also called lymphoma

You need to check.Usually size > 1.5 _2 can be considered for this.


thanks and take care
Answered: Sun, 23 Mar 2014
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