Mantle cell lymphoma

What is Mantle cell lymphoma?

Mantle cell lymphoma (MCL) is a rare lymphoproliferative disorder derived from a subset of naive pregerminal center cells localized in primary follicles or in the mantle region of secondary follicles. MCL represents 2-10% of all non-Hodgkin lymphomas.

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heyy i have a skin colored mole thing coming out my bum cheek and i have tried to read up on it to find out what it could be and i saw something...

doctor1 MD

Thanks for your question on HCM.
I can understand your situation and problem.
In my opinion there is very less possibility of cancer in your case....

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I have been in remission with Mantle Cell Lymphoma after stem cell xplant 5 yers ago. I have no symptoms, but on a routine followup CT scan...

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Thanks for writing in.
It is good that you have been doing so well after treatment for mantle cell lymphoma including a transplant. Relapse...

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I have Mantle Cell lymphoma and am being treated with R-CHOP chemotherapy, my platelets are low (27), I am having a problem with my foot, it has...

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It is not normal. The cause of swollen foot may be due to infection or lymph channel obstruction with superadded infection which can be verified by...

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