stage IV AIDS-related lymphoma

Pronunciation: (... ree-LAY-ted lim-FOH-muh)

Cancer is found (1) throughout one or more organs that are not part of a lymphatic area (lymph node group, tonsils and nearby tissue, thymus, or spleen) and may be in lymph nodes near those organs; or (2) in one organ that is not part of the lymphatic area and has spread to organs or lymph nodes far away from that organ; or (3) in the liver, bone marrow, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), or lungs (other than cancer that has spread to the lungs from nearby areas).

Source: NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms

Caption: Stage IV AIDS-related lymphoma. Cancer is found throughout one or more organs that are not part of a lymphatic area (lymph nodes, tonsils, thymus, or spleen) (a); or in one organ that is not part of a lymphatic area and has spread to lymph nodes far away from that organ (b); or cerebrospinal fluid (not shown), the liver, bone marrow, or lungs.

2005-04-23 Date last modified: 2012-08-21AIDS-Related Lymphoma TreatmentLinfoma relacionado con el sida: Tratamiento