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6%, which was in no apparent correlation with age, tumor size, ER, PR and HER-2 and in a correlation with number of metastatic lymph glands; the positive expression rate of Topo II[alpha] became higher with the increase of the number of metastatic lymph glands.
Typical ghost-like enhancement of the rims of the lymph glands is visualised after contrast administration.
Lyndsey had part of her breast and four lymph glands removed two days after the cancer was confirmed.
These include slow growth, problems with the eyes or nervous system, enlarged lymph glands, bone abnormalities, yellow skin and dental problems.
He speaks candidly about his recovery from testicular cancer (which had migrated into his lymph glands and abdomen).
Most infections are mild, and symptoms include fever, headache, and body aches; some people may experience skin rash and swollen lymph glands.
For example, antibodies against the herpes virus appeared in the newborn lambs' neck lymph glands as well as in their blood, he says.
The cancer of the lymph glands is on the upswing among older people.
If you have "below the neck" signs, such as extreme tiredness, muscle aches, vomiting, diarrhea, chills, swollen lymph glands or a hacking cough, allow at least two weeks before returning to intense training.
The 28-year-old fought off deadly cancer of the lymph glands, enduring 12 months of painful treatment.
Tim Taylor, 34, has been having secret treatment for Hodgkin's Disease which affects the lymph glands.
Shays also invited Navy Seabee Nick Roberts to testify, even though his staff knew Roberts would relate his medically impossible story about contracting cancer of the lymph glands within three weeks of chemical exposure in the Gulf and even though Roberts had falsely reported that 11 of 33 men in his unit had developed such lymphomas.