A patient with Hodgkin's disease also had anemia, hypochromia, and thrombocytosis, which were clues to an otherwise silent relapse. These features were corrected following chemotherapy. Repeated lymphangiography is shown to be of value in diagnosis.
(JAMA 238:1272-1273, 1977)
Ginsburg AD, Shah K, Mackie KW. Hematologic Changes in a Patient With Hodgkin's Disease in Relapse. JAMA. 1977;238(12):1272–1273. doi:10.1001/jama.1977.03280130054016
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