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What is Mantle Cell Lymphoma?

Mantle Cell Lymphoma (MCL) is a type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, which is aggressive and rare. In MCL, the lymphoma originates from the mantle zone or the corona of the lymph node. Mantle cell lymphoma generally involves the digestive tract and the bone marrow.

What are its main signs and symptoms?

MCL has symptoms similar to that of other lymphomas. The early symptoms of MCL can be easily overlooked or taken as common health issues. Some of the early symptoms of MCL are:

Some of the advanced stage symptoms of MCL are:

What are its main causes?

MCL has several causes and yet the exact reason which leads to MCL is unknown. More than 90% of the patients with MCL are found to have an overproduction of the protein cyclin D1. Also found in excess are proteins like lactate dehydrogenase and beta 2 microglobulin.

How is it diagnosed and treated?

If the patient’s symptoms indicate a possible lymph tumour or cancer, then the doctor or pathologist will suggest a biopsy to examine and determine the kind of cell present in the cancerous growth.

On detection of lymphoma cells, further tests are carried out which include X-rays of the chest, blood tests, along with, imaging scans like computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to determine the growth and identify the affected areas.

The treatment of MCL is carried out based upon the stage of cancer.

The most common treatment in the early stages are medicinal/ pharmacologic; however, in the later stages, chemotherapy and radiation therapy are introduced. Drugs such as rituximab, which target the cancerous B-cells are also found to be useful in advanced stages. In special cases of severe immune weakness, doctors carry out a bone marrow or stem cell transplant, which helps in building new and healthy immune cells.

  1. Medicines for Mantle Cell Lymphoma

Medicines for Mantle Cell Lymphoma

Medicines listed below are available for Mantle Cell Lymphoma. Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
RedituxReditux 100 Mg Injection6378
IkgdarIkgdar 100 Mg Injection6165
MaballMaball 100 Mg Injection4000
Mabtas NMabtas N 100 Mg Injection5687
Mabtas RaMabtas Ra 500 Mg Injection30832
Mabtas TMABTAS T 100MG VIAL 10ML6166
RistovaRistova 100 Mg Injection6376
ToritzToritz 100 Mg Injection30832
LupiximabLupiximab 100 Mg Injection6800
RituxirelRituxirel 100 Mg Injection6166
LenalidLenalid 10 Mg Capsule3612
Lenalid MfLenalid Mf 25 Mg Capsule14800
LenangioLenangio 5 mg Capsule492
LenidLenid 10 Mg Capsule2320
LenmidLenmid 10 Mg Capsule0
LenomeLenome 25 Mg Capsule13713
LenomustLenomust 10 Mg Capsule7000
LenzestLenzest 10 Mg Capsule2310

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  5. US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) [internet]; FDA approves new treatment for adults with mantle cell lymphoma.
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