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Sarcoidosis

What Is Sarcoidosis? Sarcoidosis is a multisystem granulomatous disease characterized by hard granulomas and inflammation of the alveoli in lungs that occurrs in 80% of patients. Alveoli are the tiny one cell thick round structures that are clustered at the ...

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Lymphadenopathy

What Is Lymphadenopathy? Lymphadenopathy is an alteration of lymph nodes that is characterized by enlargement of lymph nodes greater than 1.5 cm caused by proliferation (increased production) of lymphocytes within the node. Q: What are lymph nodes? A: Lymph nodes ...

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Lymphomas, Extraintestinal

What Are Extraintestinal Lymphomas? Extraintestinal lymphomas (non-Hodgkin’s) are malignancies that arise in peripheral lymphatic tissue outside the intestinal tract from B-cell and T-cell lymphocytes. Q: What is peripheral lymphatic tissue? A: Peripheral lymphatic tissue includes lymph vessels, lymph, lymph nodes, and ...

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Lymphomas, Extraintestinal: definition

Malignancies that arise in lymphatic tissue outside the intestinal tract. Click for full description.

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Lymphadenopathy (Swollen Glands)

Abnormal enlargement of lymph nodes greater than 1.5 cm caused by proliferation (increased production) of lymphocytes within the node. Click for full description.

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