lymphadenopathy

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lymphadenopathy

[‚lim‚fad·ən′äp·ə·thē]
(medicine)
Enlargement or disease of lymph nodes.
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76 cm in the left suprarenal space and enlarged lymph nodes in the left iliac and paraaortic region [Figure 2]b and c.
In our study most common pattern of lymph nodal involvement was enlarged lymph nodes with hypodense center and enhancing margins seen in 66% of our patients compared to 90% seen in study of Yang Z et al14.
The positivity for Epstein-Barr virus IgM (n=25) was found with a rate of 64% in the group in whom normal lymph node size was found on physical examination (n=16) and with a rate of 36% in the group in whom enlarged lymph nodes were found (n=9).
Computed tomography (CT) and ultrasonography demonstrated enlarged lymph nodes with extensive necrosis at the same site as the initial episode.
Five (83%) case-patients had enlarged lymph nodes in the region from which the eschar drained, as reported for 10/18 (55%) cases from the literature.
The first sign of lymphoma is painless enlarged lymph nodes accompanying fever for more than 3 days.
The symptoms to watch are persistent changes to the breasts like hard lumps that are painful or painless, pain in the nipple, sores on the nipple, and /or enlarged lymph nodes under the arm.
This can manifest as lumps and bumps in the chest area, under the breast, and enlarged lymph nodes.
Children commonly have persistently enlarged lymph nodes and careful examination may reveal local causes such as traction folliculitis.
A tiny organism was discovered in the caracal's small intestine along with enlarged lymph nodes and spleen.