Castleman’s disease is supposed to be a group of disorders with a wide range of common symptoms. This disease results in the enlargement of lymph nodes and can cause lymphoma if not treated on time. Treatment of Castleman’s disease is dependent on its sub-types.
Although the exact underlying cause of Castleman’s disease is unknown, scientists related this disease to malfunctioning of the immune system. It is often associated with HIV or AIDs.
Localized or unicentric Castleman disease is usually cured with the help of surgery. The diseased-enlarged lymph node (single) can be removed completely. Surgery for unicentric Castleman’s disease can be minor or more extensive depending on a node’s location.