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a glandular disease or enlargement of glandular tissue (especially of the lymph glands)

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A cervicothoracoabdominal CT demonstrated posterior mediastinal, lomboaortic, and laterocervical adenopathy, but no parenchymal masses.
Her first 6-month follow-up scans showed improving jejunal wall thickening and adjacent mesenteric adenopathy.
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).
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.
Two months later she reported with bilateral cervical adenopathy.
Resolution of adenopathy, hypoechoic lesions in spleen and liver, bowel wall thickening and ascites was considered as ultrasonographic improvement.
However, the CT findings demonstrated no invasion of adjacent structures, no significant adenopathy and no evidence of malignancy.
In the present study, we aimed to investigate the diagnostic value of EBUS guided TBNA performed with a 22-gauge Wang cytology needle, in patients with mediastinal and/or hilar adenopathy identified by chest CT.
High-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) has a role to play in complicated problem cases, but caution is required when interpreting the clinical relevance of this sensitive test, as a limited degree of hilar adenopathy is not uncommon in asymptomatic children following recent primary infection.
CAT scans demonstrated generalized adenopathy and gastric and renal involvement.
All patients underwent endoscopic ultrasound to rule out adenopathy and submucosal invasion.
In one study the mean time from beginning of radiographic worsening to beginning of improvement was 7 weeks for pulmonary disease, 13 weeks for adenopathy, and 4 weeks for pleural effusions.
Part II is entitled "Common Presentations in the Outpatient Setting" and includes the following chapters: Chronic Cough, Recurrent Episodes of Purulent Phlegm, Progressive Exertional Dyspnea, Chronic Exertional Dyspnea, Fatigue-Associated Daytime Sleepiness, Solitary Pulmonary Nodule, Hemoptysis, Digital Clubbing, Bilateral Pleural; Effusion, Unilateral Right-Sided Pleural Effusion, Platypnea, Chronic Hypercapnia, Community-Acquired Pneumonia, Pleuritic Chest Pain, Non-Pleuritic Chest Pain, Upper Lobe Pulmonary Infiltrate, Wheezing, Stridor, Cavitary Pulmonary Infiltrate, and Bilateral Hilar Adenopathy.