lymphadenopathy

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lymphadenopathy

[‚lim‚fad·ən′äp·ə·thē]
(medicine)
Enlargement or disease of lymph nodes.
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Clinical signs and symptoms included influenza-like symptoms and swollen lymph nodes in the neck or preauricular regions (online Technical Appendix Table 2).
Initial testing involved a biopsy of the swollen lymph node to determine the types of cells that had accumulated there.
The worker reported to a local urgent care clinic in Virginia in July 2008 because of symptoms such as swollen lymph nodes, discharge from his earlobe and fever.
Fatigue, chills, fever, headache, swollen lymph nodes, and muscle and joint aches may be the first and sometimes only signs of infection with the Borrelia spirochete.
Swollen lymph nodes may also be present under the arm, above the collarbone, or in both places.
Symptoms include fever, rash, swelling of the face and hands, headaches, fatigue, myalgia, pruritis, and swollen lymph nodes.
Symptoms include fever, headache, body ache and swollen lymph nodes but 80 percent of West Nile victims show no symptoms at all.
There also may be pus drain age, fever, decreased hearing, radiating pain, and swollen lymph nodes.
An examination of her breasts revealed that she did not have a breast lump or swollen lymph nodes in her armpit.
Other symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome can include low grade fever, sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, joint pain, memory impairment, and headache.
It is usually seen in children, and the symptoms are fever, mild upper-respiratory illness, swollen lymph nodes, and red splotches on the skin.
Symptoms include fever, chills, and painful and swollen lymph nodes in the neck, armpit, or groin.