Lymphoma is a common blood cancer that can develop in the body's lymphatic system. The treatment of lymphoma mainly includes surgery, chemotherapy, immunotherapy and targeted drugs.
1. Surgery: In order to reduce the swollen areas, surgery is usually used to remove these areas to reduce the impact on surrounding normal organs.
2. Chemotherapy: Reduce or prevent metastasis by using tumor killers to kill blood clots in tumors.
3. Immunotherapy: By using immune globulin components to increase the body's resistance, thereby promoting its recovery and accelerating recovery time.
4. Targeted drugs: Reduce or block tumor growth and spread by identifying specific target molecules and inhibiting their activity.
In addition, if necessary, the integrated radiation molding machine (IMRT), endothelial injection (IIT) molding machine, endothelial pump (IPT) molding machine, endothelial partition wall (IPP) molding machine, and convergent Pizzica method (CPT) can also be used as a supplementary approach. However, before adopting the above methods, you should learn more about the relevant information and seek medical advice.