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chronic abnormal enlargement of the lymph nodes (usually associated with disease)

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Patients presented with lymph node enlargement in the sites of cervical, axillary, supraclavicular, inguinal and multiple sites were included in this study.
Keywords * Lymphadenopathy * Lymph node enlargement * Filariasis * Neck
In our study, bilateral pulmonary involvement, involvement of all lobes, and lymph node enlargement were significantly more common CT findings in TB patients with underlying DM than in patients without DM.
Tuberculosis is still the commonest cause of cervical lymph node enlargement in our setting in Pakistan, usually involving multiple lymph nodes.
Bacteria responsible for lymph node enlargement are rarely isolated by culture.
Histological examination confirmed the tubercular origin of the lymph node enlargement, with no gallbladder stones or other disease that could give an alternative explanation for the fistula.
2-5) The most important symptom in our lymphoma patients was a painless submental lymph node enlargement.
Diagnosis of cat scratch disease with detection of Bartonella henselae by PCR: a study of patients with lymph node enlargement.
A computed tomography (CT) scan showed a T2 tumour with no evidence of regional lymph node enlargement or hepatic metastases.
5[degrees]C) and tachycardic (124 beats /min) and a cervical lymph node enlargement, 8x8 cm in size in the left anterior region, was detected.
Important factors that can influence the results of TBNA are established lymph node enlargement on CT, lymph node size, site of the lymph node, the kind of needle used, number of aspirates performed, the ability and experience of the operators, and the availability of rapid on-site evaluation (ROSE) [5].
The common features include generalised lymph node enlargement (Figure 1), which is present in very nearly all cases, and splenomegaly (Figure 2), which was present in all patients who had a spleen in situ, whilst hepatomegaly was a less universal finding present in 75-85% of patients [11,13].
Manifestations of CSD are well described and include self-limited course of fever along with lymph node enlargement linked epidemiologically with a history of intimate contact with cat, mainly scratch or bite.
Itching is the commonest symptom, caused by bites that may become infected with Staphylococcus aureus, with localised lymph node enlargement.
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