adenitis


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Related to adenitis: adenoiditis, lymphadenitis, cervical adenitis, Mesenteric adenitis, sebaceous adenitis

adenitis

[‚ad·ən′īd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of a gland or lymph node.
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The term cervical adenitis denotes an inflammation of the lymph nodes due to an infectious process (Figure 1A) Suppurative adenitis indicates an infected node which has undergone liquefaction necrosis (Figure 1B).
Only 3 of 16 patients experienced adverse events greater than Grade 2: one patient had a dose limiting toxicity with the onset of neutropenia, an abnormal reduction of white blood cells; one patient had hypokalemia, a lower than normal amount of potassium in the blood, the same patient also had hypophosphatemia, a low level of phosphorus in the blood; and one patient had viral adenitis a viral infection of the lymph nodes, which is a common occurrence in this type of patient.
2) In the CHER cohort, 19% of children with BCG IRIS adenitis also had TB IRIS.
A randomized, controlled trial of tonsillectomy in periodic fever, aphthous stomatitis, pharyngitis and adenitis syndrome.
Her appendix was removed but we were later told it wasn't inflamed and that she had a condition called mesenteric adenitis.
Isolation of Mycobacterium bovis from human cases of cervical adenitis in Tanzania: a cause for concern?
In approximately 15% of patients, significant bacterial infection may lead to pneumonia, otitis media or adenitis.
1) In children, retropharyngeal lymphadenitis and RPA occur secondary to an adjacent focus of infection such as pharyngitis, tonsillitis, dental infection and adenitis.
Nonsuppurative adenitis is the most common non-neoplastic solid neck mass in children.
Yersinia enterocolitica infection typically causes gastroenteritis and mesenteric adenitis.
BCG adenitis has been recorded in up to 6% of children enrolled in a public access HIV treatment programme; confirmed BCG dissemination has only been recorded in infants with rapid HIV disease progression in the first year of life.