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Atypical follicular hyperplasia

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 1, 2006
  • 03:45 AM

My daughter has atypica follicular hyperplasia with constant recurring bi-lateral pneumonia. My question is this: could this condition be as a result of the extremely bad case of scarlet fever she had as a teenager? Is this a form of Hodgkin's Disease? Please pass on any other info you may have available in plain layman's language. Thank you, Sassymom56:confused:

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