The Possibility Of Passing A Medical Examination If You Have Lymph Node Cancer?
Hello doctor, my name is Fatikha, 35 years old … I want to ask, I have lymph node cancer but it’s small, I want to be a migrant worker, but can I get away from the medical?
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, how did you find out that you have lymph node cancer? What tests have you gone through to detect them? Are there certain treatments that you are currently undergoing?
Lymph nodes are organs that are spread almost all over the body. In this organ, stop and proliferate a variety of blood cells, especially white blood cells that play an important role to ward off infections and mediate other inflammatory reactions.
There are several types of lymph node cancer, for example Hodgkin's and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. It could also, lymph glands overgrown with cancer cells originating from the spread of cancer cells in other organs (metastatic cancer). Lymph node cancer can have a variety of symptoms and severity. In the early stages, this cancer may not cause any disturbing complaints, so it does not limit the activity and work ability of sufferers.
Detection of lymph node cancer is carried out starting from interviews, physical examination, and supporting examinations (such as blood tests, spinal cord examination, lymph node biopsy, CT scan, MRI, PET scan, and so on). Depending on the type of examination performed during the medical check-up (MCU) of migrant workers that you undergo later, this cancer can be detected, or not. And even if this cancer is detected, then this can affect your breakout to become migrant workers, or not. The more correct answer to this is surely the doctor who is examining and the agency that supplies the TKW you are going to. Therefore, the procedures performed and indicators of breakout when the MCU can vary depending on the policies of the implementing institution.
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