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Hodgkin's Disease

Hodgkin's Disease

Hodgkin's disease is a disease of unknown etiology producing enlargement of lymphoid tissue, spleen, and liver with invasion of other tissues. Anemia, fever and loss of appetite are characteristic.


References
Thomas, C.L. 1985. Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary. F.A. Davis Co. Pub., Philadelphia. 2170.