Alternate Names : Hodgkin's Disease
What are the signs and symptoms of the disease?
Following are some of the signs and symptoms of Hodgkin's lymphoma:
enlarged liver or spleen
enlarged lymph nodes
Other symptoms can be related to the size and location of the Hodgkin's masses, for example:
shortness of breath
unusual skin rashes
Hodgkin's lymphoma may cause pericarditis, or inflammation of the heart lining. It may also cause obstructions in large blood vessels, especially those in the chest. The bone marrow is usually not involved. If it is, it can cause anemia and other low blood cell counts. Viral infections, including herpes zoster, can occur.