HIV-associated non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Karnabeda O.A.1, Getman L.I. 2, Antoniak S.N.2, Roslyakova T.V. 3, Shuliga-Nedaykhlibova O.V. 3

Summary. In this article the clinical features, diagnosis, and treatment of HIV-associated non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Most HIV-associated lymphoid tumors, according to the WHO classification, 2008 are diffuse large cell lymphoma. For HIV-of associated lymphomas characterized by rapid growth of the tumor and the most common in these patients is determined by the presence of B-symptoms. Bone marrow is diagnosed in 25– 40% of patients, gastrointestinal tract in 26%. During the process of attraction in the CNS tumor in HIV-infected determined in 12–57% of patients. Patients with HIV-associated lymphomas, which immune function is preserved, have a lower risk of infection, so you can assign them to an optimally-effective chemotherapy in full.
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