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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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2 Mammography Findings No of Patients Percentage Duct ectasia 34 68% Mastitis 15 30% Lobulated or irregular mass 43 86% Axillary adenopathy 5 10% Asymmetric density 24 48% Skin thickening 26 52% Fig.
The average age of the patients was 33 years, and about 80% had stage 1 sarcoid on chest radiography (bilateral hilar adenopathy).
Kawasaki disease and cervical adenopathy. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1989;115:512-4.
Clinical exam also revealed hyperreflexia, hepatosplenomegaly, and diffuse supracentimetric lymph adenopathy. Laboratory tests were remarkable for moderate thrombocytopenia (138x[10.sup.9]/L) and hyponatremia (125mmol/L) as well as an increase of C-reactive protein (194 mg/L) and uric acid (607 [micro]mol/L).
The mass was not tender to palpation, and there were no overlying skin changes or regional adenopathy. Results of an examination of her head, neck, chest, abdomen, and other extremities were normal.
In patients who have clinical evidence of sarcoidosis such as mediastinal adenopathy and peribronchovascular and perilymphatic lung nodules, the presence of a concurrent pancreatic mass lesion warrants tissue diagnosis to rule out malignancy.
The rash and cervical adenopathy promptly resolved.
Other common lesions were tubercular lesions like in anterior mediastinum adenopathy (four), middle mediastinum adenopathy (two), and paravertebral abscesses (three) in posterior mediastinum.
A computed tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen showed extensive adenopathy at the porta hepatis area (Fig.
To our knowledge, there is no case of spontaneous prosthesis rupture with palpable inguinal adenopathy to be reported.
In addition to the multinodular goiter and left-sided cervical nodules, CT also demonstrated bilateral axillary adenopathy. An excisional biopsy of the left axillary node identified a moderately differentiated metastatic adenocarcinoma (figure 1, B).