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Lymphoid hyperplasia

Lymphoid hyperplasia is a rapid increase in the number of normal cells (called lymphocytes) that are contained in lymph nodes.

These cells increase in number to help lymph nodes prevent bacteria, viruses, and other types of germs from spreading through the body.

Alternative Names

Lymphoid hypertrophy

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Update Date 9/1/2013