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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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Chest radiography and computed tomography in the evaluation of mediastinal adenopathy in lymphoma.
Giant cervical adenopathy as first manifestation of renal cell carcinoma.
Metastatic adenopathy Nodes show loss of central fatty hilum with a capsular pattern of vascularity.
4-cm precaval adenopathy with calcified inclusions (SUV max 6.
Computed tomography (CT scan) should be used to evaluate for metastatic disease in patients with suspected ovarian carcinoma (ascites, adenopathy, peritoneal thickening or nodularity omental thickening).
1,3-6] However, no studies have been reported on the use of SLNB to distinguish between inflammatory and metastatic adenopathy in the clinically N+ neck as a means of avoiding unnecessary therapeutic neck dissection.
Positive findings of lymphadenopathy on lateral CXR and sagittal CT reconstruction according to zone in 30 children with PTB Positive for adenopathy Lateral CXR Sagittal CT Difference Retrocarinal 22 25 3 Subcarinal 22 28 6 Precarinal 20 26 6 Table 2.
3 This case being presented had para aortic lymph adenopathy and posed a unique challenge for treatment, as we had to treat the left pelvic kidney while keeping the dose to a minimal for the right normally positioned kidney and at the same time delivering tumoricidal dose to the para-aortic region.
Two months later she reported with bilateral cervical adenopathy.
The signs of tinea capitis include scaling, pustules, kerion, black dots, alopecia, adenopathy, and autoeczematization (also known as id reaction).
Staging computed tomography (CT) showed (as well as the colonic tumour) some adenopathy of the mediastinum particularly the retrocaval, pretracheal and subcarinal regions.