Possible Causes for Lymphocyte Disorder in USA

  • Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
    Lymphocytes Increased Lymphocyte Disorder

    The average age of CLL patients is more than 70 years and it should be noted that a complex clinical picture occurs in more than half of the cases due to coexisting diseases. The CLL itself leads to unspecific symptoms such as general malaise and weakness, possibly also to fever, night sweats and weight loss. In…[1]

  • Lymphoproliferative Disorder
    Lymphocyte Disorder

    Lymphoproliferative disorder is a general term that refers to any pathological condition associated with excess formation of lymphocytes. Due to the heterogeneity of LPD, symptoms may vary greatly. Also, there are hardly any symptoms specific for LPD. Lymphadenopathy, splenomegaly, hepatomegaly and fever are as…[2]

  • Castleman Disease
    Lymphocyte Disorder
  • Hairy Cell Leukemia
    Lymphocytes Increased Lymphocyte Disorder

    Hairy cell leukemia (HLC) is a rare, chronic form of B-lymphocytic leukemia. Patients usually present on diagnosis with pancytopenia, splenomegaly, and circulating hairy cells. All the signs and symptoms of hairy cell leukemia are the result of the proliferation of the abnormal white blood cells. All of the symptoms are…[3]

  • Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma
    Lymphocytes Increased Lymphocyte Disorder

    Non-Hodgkin lymphomas are malignant lymphomas that are not classified as Hodgkin's disease. They are characterized especially by painless adenopathy, fever, night sweats, fatigue and weight loss. Clinical presentation mostly depends on the subtype of Non-Hodgkin lymphoma and the area which it involves. It can either…[4]

  • Intestinal Lymphoma
    Lymphocyte Disorder
  • Prolymphocytic Leukemia
    Lymphocytes Increased Lymphocyte Disorder

    Prolymphocytic leukemia, encompassing both T-cell and B-cell subtypes, is one of the most aggressive forms of leukemia characterized by a rapidly deteriorating clinical course and poor survival rates. Hepatosplenomegaly, marked leukocytosis, and cutaneous lesions such as nodules and a maculopapular rash are some of…[5]

  • Primary HIV Infection
    Lymphocytes Increased Lymphocyte Disorder

    Primary HIV infection is an acute contagious disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). It is characterized by non-specific signs and symptoms which develop after an individual is exposed to the virus and can manifest until he/she develops antibodies. The diagnosis of the disease can be missed or…[6]

  • Influenza
    Lymphocytes Increased

    Influenza is acommon infectious disease caused by the Influenza virus. Onset is sudden with fever, rhinorrhea, sore throat and headache. Severe myalgias coupled with respiratory tract symptoms are typical of influenza. Patients may also have red, watery eyes and cough. There can also be tachycardia and dyspnea…[7]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis
    Lymphocytes Increased

    Infectious mononucleosis is a common viral infection known to cause pharyngitis and fever. It is primarily an infection of teenagers and young adults caused by the Epstein Barr virus. The majority of patients with infectious mononucleosis have mild symptoms. However a few will complain of the following features: Once…[8]

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References

  1. Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, Symptoma
  2. Lymphoproliferative Disorder, Symptoma
  3. Hairy Cell Leukemia, Symptoma
  4. Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, Symptoma
  5. Prolymphocytic Leukemia, Symptoma
  6. Primary HIV Infection, Symptoma
  7. Influenza, Symptoma
  8. Infectious Mononucleosis, Symptoma