In this week’s discussion, you get to be the instructor! Your job is to teach your peers about a topic related to the dermatologic or lymphatic system. As you are preparing your information, think about the most important aspect of your question and how you can “be the expert” for your peers. Be creative! Use visual aids, diagrams, etc. to help your peers learn. Some type of teaching or visual aid is required, in addition to your text response to the question.

Week 5 Discussion 1: Question-Based Discussion—Team C (Lymph Disorders)

  1. C-1: Compare and contrast Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphomas based on pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments.
  2. C-2: Explain why infections occur frequently in patients with lymphomas. Is this true for patients with other lymph disorders?
  3. C-3: Describe the prognoses for a person with a stage I and stage IV Hodgkin lymphoma. Use rationale to explain your reasoning. How would you explain this to a patient/family?
  4. C-4: Outline the conditions of Hodgkin’s lymphoma at each of the four stages as defined by the Ann Arbor staging system.
  5. C-5: Describe the condition of lymphedema. Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, signs, symptoms, and strategies to return to homeostasis.
  6. C-6: Describe the condition of multiple myeloma. Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, signs, symptoms, and strategies to return to homeostasis.
  7. C-7: Describe the condition of Castleman disease. Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, signs, symptoms, and strategies to return to homeostasis.

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