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My husband (age 39) had hodgkins lymphoma two years ago. He was a stage 2. His treatment included chemotherapy and radiation. He is under review every six months with CAT scans and has had no problems until now. This week he noticed a lump above his belly button and had some dried blood inside his belly button. He went to see his primary care physician today and he told him that he believes that he has a urethral cyst. He has an appointment with a surgeon in a few weeks to look at it. My question is can this be related to the hodgkin lymphoma in any way? Also, can this cyst be cancerous?
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