epitrochlear


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ep·i·troch·le·ar

(ep'i-trok'lē-ăr),
Relating to the epitrochlea.

epitrochlea

(ĕp″ī-trŏk′lē-ă) [″ + trochalia, pulley]
The inner condyle of the humerus.
epitrochlear, adjective
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7) Cat-scratch disease can mimic Kimura's disease on imaging as it can produce lymph node enlargement in the medial epitrochlear region and axilla with surrounding subcutaneous fat stranding.
Patient 2 was a 17-year-old man with an inflamed red skin lesion on the right foot and epitrochlear adenopathy.
Fever Lymphadenopathy contact 1 Yes Right auxiliary and Yes epitrochlear lymphadenitis 2 No Right inguinal and Yes epitrochlear lymphadenitis 3 No Left auxiliary lymphadenitis Yes RT-PCR results for Culture results Serologic B.
Palpable and tender axillary and epitrochlear nodes and an erythematous streak over the forearm may also be present.
Epitrochlear and axillary lymphnodes were enlarged.
2) from India reported on the frequency of inguinal, cervical, axillary, epitrochlear and pre-auricular lymph node involvement (with figures of 76%, 70%, 70%, 65% and 10% respectively) on biopsy.
Lymphatic: No enlarged lymph nodes palpated on cervical, axillary, epitrochlear, or inguinal areas.
Excision biopsy of the epitrochlear lymph node done and incisional biopsy of one of the forearm lesion done.
5) Benign lesion is most common in cervical region followed by inguinal, abdominal, supraclavicular, axillary and epitrochlear area.