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Figure 5: Pathophysiology of interleukin 6 in Castleman disease. Excess interleukin 6 in Castleman disease patients results in increased B-lymphocyte growth, lymph node vascularity and inflammatory response. Autoimmune phenomena may also be present

Figure 5: Pathophysiology of interleukin 6 in Castleman disease. Excess interleukin 6 in Castleman disease patients results in increased B-lymphocyte growth, lymph node vascularity and inflammatory response. Autoimmune phenomena may also be present