adenopathy


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adenopathy

[‚ad·ən′ä·pə·thē]
(medicine)
Any glandular disease; common usage limits the term to any abnormal swelling or enlargement of lymph nodes.
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Giant cervical adenopathy as first manifestation of renal cell carcinoma.
3) Because of these factors, strong reliance is placed on CXR in aiding the diagnosis through detection of mediastinal adenopathy.
Size and characteristic of nodes can help differentiate between adenopathy caused by abdominal tuberculosis and HIV per se.
1 %); mean age, 47+/-15 years [+/- SD] (17-74)) who had mediastinal or hilar adenopathy identified on CT of the chest were examined.
Etiology of persistent cervical adenopathy in children: a prospective community-based study in an area with a high incidence of tuberculosis.
A morbilliform rash appears, particularly on the face, accompanied by fever, adenopathy, and joint pain.
In the vicinity of the hip, ganglia may extend into the inguinal region where they simulate adenopathy or hernia, (3) or produce venous compressive symptoms mimicking a deep venous thrombosis.
Physical assessment demonstrates an erythematous maculopapular rash on the trunk and symmetric adenopathy.
Adenopathy (enlargement of the lymphatic glands) is usually not a feature in all cases.
Cytoreductive Surgery: Abdominal Retroperitoneum and Adenopathy
Regional lymph node dissection in the treatment of renal cell carcinoma: Is it useful in patients with no suspected adenopathy before or during surgery?