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Diagnosed with follicular hyperplasia. Chronic non-specific lymphadenitis. Is it a complicated disease? Curable?

My son was diagonised with lymphnode secondary follicular hyperplasia . Then after the examination of the extraction, they put the morphological features as; Consitent reactive chronic non specific lymphadenetis. Doctor is this a very complicated case? Will my son live long? Is it a curable case. Am in Uganda please furnish with the proper information.
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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these ar reactive hyperplasia
s they drain the lymph from organs and system any infection in the organ system draining of lymph here get enlarged
this is no complication
doctor will try to get the system involved treat the cause and this swelling will go slowly
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