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Lymphoma - How to prevent?

Lymphoma - Diagnosis

Benign conditions can also cause swelling, so a diagnosis of lymphoma is made only after a biopsy (removal of a piece of tissue) is done and the tissue is examined by a pathologist (a doctor who examines tissue under a microscope).

Once lymphoma is confirmed, further tests, such as scans, biopsy of bone marrow and blood tests may be needed to see how widespread the lymphoma is. Tests of heart function may also be required to see how fit a person is for treatment.

Lymphoma - Preparing for surgery

Lymphoma - Post-surgery care

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