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I.
Introduction
A. (Startling Statements)
B. (Reason to Listen)
C. Expert Testimony or Credibility)
D. (Preview of Main Points)
Body (Topic)
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A. (Review of Sub-Topics)
B. (Reason to Remember)
C. (Tie Back to Intro)
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Topic: Lymphoma
I. Introduction
A. (Startling Statement)
B. (Reason to Listen)
C. (Expert Testimony or Credibility)
D. (Preview of 3 Sub-Topics)
II. Lymphoma
A.) Types of Disease
1. Hodgkin Lymphoma
a. The cause of Hodgkin Lymphoma is not known.
(1) “Past infection like EBV (Epstein-Barr virus)
are thought to contribute to some cases”
(2) “Persons with HIV are at increased risk
compared to the general population
b. Hodgkin Lymphoma is a cancer of lymph tissues.
(1) Lymph tissue is found in the lymph nodes,
spleen, liver, bone marrow, etc.
(2) “Most common among people ages 15 to 35 and
50 to 70°1
2. Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma (CTCL)
a. “T-cell lymphomas account for approximately 15 percent
of all Non Hodgkin Lymphomas in the United States’
b. T-cell Lymphomas can be classified into two categories
called aggressive (fast-growing) or indolent (slow-
growing)
c. “The most common form of T-cell Lymphoma is
CTCL
(1) CTCL is a general term for T-cell lymphomas
that involve skin (See Figure A-1)
(a) “Most patients with CTCL experience
only skin symptoms; however, 10
percent of those who progress to later
stages develop serious complications”2
(b) “Early stage CTCL is indolent, but in
some cases it might progress rapidly
spreading from the skin to lymph nodes
or internal organs.
(2) CTCL also can involve the blood, the lymph
nodes, and other internal organs.
(3) The disease affects men more than woman.
(4) “Usually occurs in men in their 50s and 60s”
3. Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma (DLBCL)
a. “In DLBCL, the abnormal B cell lymphocytes are larger
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B. Symptoms
1 Swelling
a. “Swelling is one of the most common symptoms of
Lymphoma, especially Hodgkin Lymphoma.
(1) Swelling of the lymph nodes in the neck is the
most common symptom that something is
wrong (See Figure B-1).
(2) Swelling can also occur in the armpit and groin
but they are not so common.
(3) When swelling occurs, and it is painless, that
means that something is wrong
b. Swelling can also occur in other parts of the body and
they usually cause their own symptoms.
(1) “Lymph node swelling can develop in the
stomach area or intestinal tract, this can lead to
abdominal pain or bloating or a feeling of
getting full faster than normal.
(2) When the lymph nodes in the chest become
involved then two things are bound to happen.
(a) One result of lymph nodes in the chest
are cough, shortness in breath, or chest
pain.
(b) “If they become very big than the can
cause Superior Vena Cava Syndrome.
(1) “Superior Vena Cava Syndrome
is a syndrome that causes
pressure that the lymph nodes put
on veins.”
(ii) “This can result in slowing of the
blood flow returning from your
arms and head back to your
heart.
(iii) This can result in headache,
swelling, difficulty breathing,
or vision problems”
2. Fatigue
a. One other main symptom of Lymphoma is fatigue.
(1) “Fatigue is a main symptom of Hodgkin
Lymphoma.
(2) Sometimes patients with Hodgkin’s disease may
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