Lymphoblastic lymphoma

What is Lymphoblastic lymphoma?

Lymphoblastic lymphoma is a rare type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a result of abnormal adaptive immune cells, typically T-cells. It usually occurs in children.

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i have two kids a boy 3 and girl 1 i had previously had a girl and she died of lymphoblastic lymphoma and she was 2 and half i can stop worrying...

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My son has had an echocardiagram , we have received a report today and it says trivial TR and FS 30%. He previously had a right atrial thrombus due...

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Your echo report is suggestive of mild tricuspid regurgitation and mild fractional shortening affecting myocardial...

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Hello doctor. My cousin brother (stays in India) is diagnosed with lymphoblastic lymphoma (mediastinal) in August 2011. Now it has been...

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Ideal treatment will be to give aggressive...

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