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inflammation of lymph nodes

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Our study confirmed the effectiveness of pathological excision biopsy of intact cervical lymph nodes rather than fine-needle aspiration for tuberculous lymphadenitis and abscess.
Tuberculous lymphadenitis constitutes 20 - 40% of extrapulmonary tuberculosis.
It is essential to have awareness regarding common presentations of cervical tuberculous lymphadenitis among the general population as well as healthcare professionals working in the resource poor primary and secondary level hospitals.
This study aims to characterize the incidence of different types of lymphadenopathies, study various cytomorphological patterns in tuberculous lymphadenitis, and perform acid-fast staining in suspected cases of tuberculosis.
Although the discovery of axillary tuberculous lymphadenitis has been reported chiefly via mammography [1,2, 5], there are no reports of the condition being identified by a contrast-enhanced CT [6].
Polymerase chain reaction detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from fine-needle aspirate for the diagnosis of cervical tuberculous lymphadenitis.
Leprosy nerve abscess in Indian male, misdiagnosed as tuberculous lymphadenitis and neuroma.
Herein, we report a case of tuberculous lymphadenitis and bilateral tuberculous adrenalitis with a typical presentation of primary adrenal insufficiency successfully treated with antitubercular drugs and steroid replacement.
Mediastinal tuberculous lymphadenitis with anthracosis as a cause of vocal cord paralysis.
Tuberculous lymphadenitis at Penang General Hospital, Malaysia.
FNAC of the left-sided swelling was done elsewhere 6 months back and was diagnosed as tuberculous lymphadenitis with presence of AFB in the FNAC tissue.
Tuberculous lymphadenitis (LAD) is the most common form of extrapulmonary tuberculosis (TB), accounting for 30 - 52% of cases of peripheral lymphadenopathy in developing countries with a high TB incidence.
The most common expression of extrapulmonary tuberculosis is tuberculous lymphadenitis, which presents as asymptomatic enlargement of cervical or supraclavicular lymph nodes.