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Organ involvement

Author(s): Euro Histio Net Work Group for LCH Guidelines for adults (see introduction page), Created: 2012/07/26, last update: 2013/08/18

After the diagnosis of LCH has been made, involvement of other organs should be evaluated and defined according to the clinical, biological or radiological criteria.

For information about primary pulmonary involvement follow this link.
Although the lungs may be affected simultaneously with other organs an isolated pulmonary LCH is observed more frequently and represents a special form of adult LCH.
For information about central nervous system involvement follow this link.