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Castleman's disease

Castleman's disease (CD) is one of the reactive lymphadenopathy with unknown cause. It is rare in clinic. It is characterized by significant swelling of deep or superficial lymph nodes. Some cases can be accompanied by systemic symptoms and / or multisystem damage. In most cases, the effect is good after surgical resection of swollen lymph nodes.


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