Request your kind advice on the following diagnosis:
Patient Age : 73 Yrs
Symptoms: Swollen Lymph Nodes ( 2-3 regions in the neck)
1. Biapsy Diagnosis: suggestive Non Hodgins Lymphoma.
2. CT Scan Result: present in Neck, Chest & Abdomen
3. CD20: +ve, CD3: Normal, CD45: +ve, CD30: -ve.
4. Bone Marrow Done: awaiting results.
Other symptoms: No Fever, loss of apetite, no weight loss, No weakness,
My Question is as follows:
Is it NHL ?
As no symptom corelate can it be NHL ?
If not NHL...what is it ?
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