Clinial Presentation Of Hodgkins Lymphoma

Dr Yasmin Khan, Dr Sumayya Aslam, Dr. Muhammad Aamir
2018 Zenodo  
Objective: In this particular research we aimed at the determination of the proportion of the Hodgkin's lymphoma in the cervical lymphadenopathy. Methodology: Research was a prospective research which was carried out in the Sheikh Zayed Hospital Rahim Yar Khan in the timeframe of Jan, 2014 to Dec, 2017. Every patient was consulted for the information about the presentation of cervical lymphadenopathy in the time span as mentioned earlier. Every patient of cervical lymphadenopathy experienced
more » ... nical assessment, detailed history, histopathological assessment and related investigations. Results: Research sample comprised on 498 patients who presented cervical lymphadenopathy, in the total population Hodgkin's lymphoma was observed in forty patients. Males were dominant as they comprised eighty percent of the total population. Mixed cellular activity was observed in fifty percent of the population; whereas, nodular sclerosis was observed in about 37.5% patients. A number of cases were at second and third stage of the disease. Seventy-five percent of the patients were observed with a survival rate of five percent. Conclusion: Hodgkin's lymphoma proportion in the cases of cervical lymphadenopathy was observed relatively low in the sample population of this particular research when compared to the population of the western research studies as stated by the western authors. Key Words: Cervical lymphadenopathy, Hodgkin's lymphoma, Histopathology and Staging.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1283793 fatcat:dpyzee3o2nhmddzvlnxb6f5s5a