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Deep Cervical Node
How come slightly enlarged deep cervical nodes in neck for months show no specific finding after tests (including biopsy)?
Normal: Because they are just healthy normal lymph tissue doing their job. Nodes are signs of immune health in almost all cases. ...Read more
Small (deep) posterior cervical node that only feels somewhat moveable and not completely freely mobile. Is just somewhat moveable okay?
Enlarged lymph node: Lymph nodes can enlarge for many reasons, most commonly related to infectious or inflammatory reasons. Usually these are not fixed, and will wane over time. A node that remains enlarged , becomes fixed, and is not tender is concerning for cancer, particularly if it lasts longer than a few months. Often a simple needle aspiration biopsy can then rule out cancer without need for surgical biopsy. ...Read more
Possible for an enlarged deep cervical lymph node to grow over 6 months due to Mono? Or unlikely to cause enlarged (and slightly growing) that long?
See your PCP: Lymph nodes can get enlarged for a few reasons, and some of which are benign and possibly a result of an infection. Enlarged neck nodes do however need to be properly examined in addition to any other symptoms like night sweats, fevers, and weight loss. This requires a proper workup by your primary care provider. I recommend you make an appointment as soon as possible. ...Read more
Cervical MRI revealed enlarged left retropharyngeal and deep cervical lymph nodes. What can cause this? Ultrasounds have been inconsistent in findings
Deep cervical lymph nodes enlarging every 1-2 weeks. I have sle and sjogrens. Is this due to just the a.I.S or possibly cancer? What tests can I do?
Could be either: Sle and sjögren's syndrome can both cause enlarged lymph nodes. These diseases also can increase the risk of lymphoma - a type of cancer which can also cause these lymph nodes to swell. It is also possible that your swollen lymph nodes are due to sinus problems, an infection, or something unrelated to your autoimmune disease. You should see your doctor to determine the best course for you. ...Read more
I have a firm pea sized lump near the deep jugular cervical lymph nodes, it seems to be getting bigger over time. What is it?
Be seen: Any lymph node that seems to be getting bigger should be evaluated. It is likely due to an infection, though it could also be other things as well. See your physician. ...Read more
Upper: Upper or close to mid upper. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1434593/ ...Read more
Im 23yo male suffer from chronic rhinitis.have two cervical node of 9mm.should i worry?it is very movable.if i press hard i can feel it now it hurts.
Lymph node: Greetings. The size of the lymph node is one parameter used to make decisions regarding treatment options. Having the size of 0.9 mm tells me that you have had a study like an ultra sound. Stability is important over time. Non tender, mobile and no skin changes close to the node is important too. Don't smoke and have it examined by your doctor. ...Read more
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