Medical Problems: Lymphoma


This page is designed to organize content that is relevant to the topic of lymphoma. This term is used often in medicine, and it is important that we become as familiar as possible with it.


Before going any farther, let us make sure we clearly define the “medical problem”. Lymphomas are similar to leukemias, however they typically originate in the lymph nodes and usually do not release cells into the blood. The majority of lymphomas are of B-cell origin, however they can be caused by T-cells as well. This is a diverse group of neoplastic disorders. The below are some examples.


Page Updated: 12.01.2016