From rare disorders to more common sicknesses, many lymphatic system diseases are very dangerous. So if you suspect you may have one of these lymphatic disorders, you should see a doctor right away. Check your symptoms with the items listed below to begin your research, but always see a professional if you think you may have a lymphatic disease.
A type of cancer of the lymphatic system.
Symptoms: Lymphadenopathy, Night Sweats, Anorexia, Fatigue Pruritus, + more
Treatments: Bleomycin, COPP-ABVD Regimen, Radiation therapy, Sargramostim Procarbazine, + more
Risk Factors: Family History of Hodgkin's Disease, Immunosuppression, Younger age, Prolonged use of human growth hormone Male, + more
Parent Disease: Cancer, Blood disorder, Lymphomasee more on Hodgkin's lymphoma
Treatments: Cyclothiazide, Indapamide, Hydroflumethiazide, Captopril Ethacrynate Sodium, + moresee more on Edema
Symptoms: Night Sweats, Fatigue, Abdominal pain, Fever Pruritus, + more
Treatments: Bleomycin, Pegaspargase, Radiation therapy, Sargramostim Chemotherapy, + more
Risk Factors: Infection, Immunosuppression, Male, Old age Immunodeficiency
Parent Disease: Cancer, Blood disorder, Lymphomasee more on Non-Hodgkin lymphoma
Parent Disease: Noninfectious disorders of lymphatic channelssee more on Lymphangitis