cervical lymphadenopathy


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cervical lymphadenopathy

Cervical adenopathy, cervical lympadenitis ENT Enlarged and inflammed LNs of neck Etiology Viral, bacterial–eg, Streptococcus infection, or tonsillitis, pharyngitis, dental infections Clinical Pain, tenderness, lymphadenopathy
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3) These features include the involvement of oral cavity and lips (erythematous fissured lips and strawberry tongue), skin involvement (maculopopular eruptions), bilateral non-purulent conjunctivitis, changes at extremities after 2-3 weeks, and cervical lymphadenopathy.
The most common lesion in this series were cervical lymphadenopathy (41%) followed by thyroid masses (35.
Tuberculosis was the most common cause of cervical lymphadenopathy or abscess, accounting for 15 out of 52 cases.
A Severe Form of Kawasaki Disease Presenting with Only Fever and Cervical Lymphadenopathy at Admission.
Typically, it is characterised by bilateral cervical lymphadenopathy with fever, leukocytosis, elevated ESR and hypergammaglobunaemia.
Unexplained cervical lymphadenopathy in children: predictive factors for malignancy.
Conclusion: Tuberculosis is the commonest cause of cervical lymphadenopathy in developing countries and should be investigated in every case of cervical lymphadenopathy with FNAC and/or biopsy.
Tuberculous cervical lymphadenopathy is a rare cause of IJV thrombosis.
In resource-poor countries, like India, which is located in tuberculosis-endemic zone, all cases of cervical lymphadenopathy are traditionally considered a tuberculous aetiology, unless proved otherwise, as tubercle bacilli are the most common offending agent of cervical lymphadenopathy (1).
Also it cannot be ruled out that intraoral surgical intervention lead to formation of an intraoral sinus and cervical lymphadenopathy which helped to arrive at a favorable diagnosis.
Objective: To determine the proportion of tuberculosis in patients presenting with cervical lymphadenopathy.
Cervical lymphadenopathy can occur in up to 70% of HIV-infected individuals and is the primary manifestation in the head and neck category of disease.