Marginal zone lymphoma

What is Marginal zone lymphoma?

Marginal zone B-cell lymphoma is a type of B-cell lymphoma presenting primarily in the marginal zone.

There are three types:

All three are CD5 and CD10 negative

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During sonography, it was found that there was a mass in peritonium. CT scan and pet scan confimed the growth. I had a history of marginal zone...

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Via my annual mammogram (then ultrasound...then biopsy ), lab came back with marginal zone lymphoma . As I am sure you know, arising in the breast...

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Mantle zone lymphoma is a malignancy of lymph nodes.
It is known to occur at extra-nodal sites like gastro-intestinal...

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My 23 year old son has not been feeling good for the past 5 days his symptoms include bad stomach cramps,lethargy, also a lot of gas, bad, bad...

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CT scan and complete blood count

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With cancer in both sides of the family its very natural of you to be worried....

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