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adenitis

[‚ad·ən′īd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of a gland or lymph node.
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In their study, erythematous pharyngitis was present in 80.6% of the patients, exudative pharyngitis in 61.3% of the patients, aphthous stomatitis in 48.4% of the patients, and cervical adenitis in 96.8% of the patients.
Kilic, "Is colchicine more effective to prevent periodic fever, aphthous stomatitis, pharyngitis and cervical adenitis episodes in Mediterranean fever gene variants?" Pediatrics International, vol.
[4] Kyvsgaard N, Mikkelsen T, Korsholm J, Veirum JE, Herlin T Periodic fever associated with aphthous stomatitis, pharyngitis and cervical adenitis. Dan Med J 2012; 59(7)0.4452.
During follow-up, the patient remained asymptomatic, his cervical adenitis resolved, and serum levels of hepatic enzymes returned to normal.
Complications of scarlet fever include otitis media, cervical adenitis, rheumatic fever, and glomerulonephritis.
The mean CD4 count was 208 cells/[l in patients with PTB while the mean CD4 count of 192cells /[micro]l and 162 cells /[micro]l was found in patients with cervical adenitis and pleural effusion.
The option of using metronidazole (250 mg every 12 hours for 10 days) was offered to 40 children (mean age 9 years) who presented with sore throat and massive tonsillar enlargement plus at least one of the following: anterior cervical adenitis, temperature higher than 38.3[degrees]C, and pharyngeal or tonsillar exudates or pharyngeal injection.
out of those 550 cases, The patients who were having diagnosis other than tubercular cervical adenitis and the patients who did not complete treatment were excluded.
Typically, a diagnosis of Kawasaki disease requires the presence of unexplained fever and the presence of at least four of the following five principal features: changes in the extremities such as redness, swelling, induration of the hands and feet, and, later, peeling of the fingers and toes; polymorphic rash involving the trunk and extremities; nonexudative conjunctivitis; redness and swelling of the lips and oral cavity; and cervical adenitis.
The symptoms that most significantly correlate with a positive strep result are tonsillar exudate, scarlatina rash, and anterior cervical adenitis, according to a recent study by Dr.
It merely shares our experience in using this treatment in a selected group of children who had massive tonsillar enlargement and at least one of the following: anterior cervical adenitis, temperature higher than 38.3[degrees] C (101[degree] F), and pharyngeal or tonsillar exudates or pharyngeal injection.