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can elbow nodes be palpable in an otherwise healthy skinny person(23)? they are small, but still palpable.

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Dr. Shevy Drora
32 years experience Neurology
Epitrochlear lymph: Epitrochlear lymphadenopathies should be investigated clinically and by US immediately, what ever the patient age or the nodes size .Can be cutaneous infections,-cat-scratch disease, etc.), tubercular lymphadenitis, sarcoidosis-related lymphadenitis, lymphomas, and metastatic lymphadenopathy (melanomas), Extranodal causes are median nerve tumors, fibromas, hemangioma, lipoma, Merkel tumor, etc
Answered on Jan 21, 2017

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