Hairy Cell Leukemia (HCL); Symptoms, Diagnosis , Prognosis & Treatment

8) No lymphadenopathy

Enlarged lymph nodes and organs
Enlarged lymph nodes

An important combination that increases suspicion in these patients is that they have signs and symptoms of myeloproliferative diseases but do not usually have enlarged lymph nodes. Lymphadenopathy is uncommon and only found in 10% of cases.