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1) The differential diagnoses for the contents are as follows: metastatic disease, lymphoma, adenitis
, obstructed submandibular duct, salivary gland tumors, abscess, Ludwig's angina, thyroglossal duct cyst, hemangioma, lymphangioma, dermoid/epidermoid, diving ranula (complex), second branchial cleft cyst (more common in children) (Figure 16).
Meningococcal mesenteric adenitis
and peritonitis in a child.
Additional histologic findings included moderate mesangioproliferative glomerulopathy with glomerulosclerosis, mild proliferative bronchitis, mild pneumoconiosis, mild splenic arteriosclerosis, mild hepatic hemosiderosis, mild endocardiosis, mild proliferative enterocolitis, ductular adenitis
of the uropygial gland, an ovarian cystadenoma, mild rhabdomyolysis, and cataracts.
PFAPA (periodic fever, aphthous stomatitis, pharyngitis and cervical adenitis
) is an autoinflammatory disorder characterized by recurrent attacks of high fever associated with cervical adenitis
, pharyngitis and aphtous stomatitis .
In their experience, they describe three patients with NTM parotid adenitis
(all children between 15 and 30 months of age).
Ultrasound showed abscess to be the most common pattern of disease, with or without adenitis
3,5) This prodrome is often dismissed as transient food poisoning, misdiagnosed as acute appendicitis or mesenteric adenitis
, and usually under-reported.
Non-surgical conditions mimicking appendicitis like mesenteric adenitis
and Mittelschmerz etc.
sup] Differential diagnosis of Amyand's hernia includes Strangulated hernia, Richter's hernia, testicular torsion, testicular tumor with hemorrhage, inguinal adenitis
, epidydimitis and orchitis.
During the investigation surrounding the first two patients, two additional patients (patient C with TB adenitis
and patient D with pulmonary TB) were found to have been present at facility A during the infectious period of patient B.
Cystic fibrosis, asthma, nutritional deficiencies, anatomical disorders, passive smoking, drugs which supress the immune system and periodical fever syndromes including familial mediteranean fever and PFAPA (periodical fever, adenitis
, pharyngitis and aphtous ulcer) should be included in the differential diagnosis.
Plasmacytoid dendritic cells are increased in a variety of inflammatory conditions, including granulomatous lymph adenitis
, Kikuchi-Fujimoto lymphadenopathy, hyaline-vascular Castleman disease, Hodgkin lymphoma, and allergic rhinitis.
In this child, the presence of localized tender inguinal adenitis
in the absence of an eschar, prompted us to treat the condition as bacterial adenitis
13 reported that all of the tuberculous patients they studied, 58% had cervical adenitis