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I have enlarged lymph nodes in axilla, retroperitoneal and pelvic area in groin. 2 cm largest with suv 8 being the maximum. ? Feelings

I have enlarged lymph nodes in axilla, retroperitoneal and pelvic area in groin. 2 cm largest with suv 8 being the maximum.   ? Feelings

Possible lymphoma: The presence of lymph nodes that can be palpated in axilla would lead to evaluation of other sites as seen on CAT scan. This procedure must have been ordered to see if other nodal areas were involved as in retroperitoneum. Since there are many causes of multiple areas of enlarged nodes, dx must be determined by bx. Aspiration of no value since architecture of nodes required for proper dx. ...Read more

Dr. Steven Ginsberg
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Enlarged Lymph Nodes (Definition)

Enlarged lymph nodes are a clinical finding in which the lymph nodes, which are parts of the immune system, are bigger than in a normal, healthy person. This can be caused by infections, cancers, ...Read more


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Boy4year presented with occpital and groin lymphadenopathy cbc normal with lyphocytosis what the D/D?

Boy4year presented with occpital and groin lymphadenopathy cbc normal with lyphocytosis what the D/D?

Need to see doctor: WE need results of the child's CBC(Complete blood count and diffrnetial counts. based on the abnormalities you should seek consultation with a child specialist(pediatrician). it could be due to a viral illness. On the other hand a lymphoma or acute lymphocytic leukemia needs to be ruled out. So you should go see a specialist ASAP. ...Read more

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My child complain sever tonsilitis with occipital and groin lymphadenopathy.CBC normal with mild lyphocytosis ; the blood film have change lymph cell?

My child complain sever tonsilitis with occipital and groin lymphadenopathy.CBC normal with mild lyphocytosis ; the blood film have change lymph cell?

? Infectious mononucleosis: a viral disease affecting lymphoid tissues all over the body, and resembling bacterial tonsillitis, can give the blood picture you described, please keep the follow up with your doctor who definitely would judge better with more data and physical exam, wish your child speedy recovery ...Read more

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Is inguinal lymphadenopathy normal in pregnancy?

Is inguinal lymphadenopathy normal in pregnancy?

Don't assume: No, it is not normal and should be evaluated by your doctor. It can be a sign of infection in the vaginal area in some cases. It can also be the result of "varicosities" in the vulva - this is more normal. Go get examined by your ob/gyn and have them assess exactly what is going on! ...Read more

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How to tell if it's a inguinal hernia or lymphadenopathy?

How to tell if it's a inguinal hernia or lymphadenopathy?

Exam: A surgeon or primary care will feel the area and ask you to cough or bear down. A hernia is distinguishable from a lymph node in most cases. Ultrasound is also helpful. ...Read more

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Over 2 years ago, left inguinal ultrasound showed nonspecific inflammatory lymphadenopathy (4), diamenters of 5mm and 7mm. Feel without change. Worry?

Over 2 years ago, left inguinal ultrasound showed nonspecific inflammatory lymphadenopathy (4), diamenters of 5mm and 7mm. Feel without change. Worry?

It's not always: size that matters when it comes to lymph nodes, but those are relatively small, and the fact that they have been stable for two years indicates that they are likely nothing to worry about. ...Read more

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18 months ago, left inguinal ultrasound showed nonspecific inflammatory lymphadenopathy with diameters between 5mm and 7mm. Feel without change. Worry?

Monitor, don't worry: If the lymph nodes have not changed in 18 months, you have not had undesired weight loss, night sweats, fevers, or increase in size, the odds of a pathologic condition is very low. If you still cannot stop worrying, it can be biopsied, but why get a scar for such a low risk lesion. Only address if it changes ...Read more

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I have been diagnosed with bilateral inguinal lymphadenopathy. But my inguinal lymph nodes do not hurt at all? Does this diagnosis sound right?

I have been diagnosed with bilateral inguinal lymphadenopathy. But my inguinal lymph nodes do not hurt at all? Does this diagnosis sound right?

Need work-up: Bilateral inguinal lymphadenopathies-mean-you have lymph nodes enlargement that are located on both groins area. Now, it is not a diagnosis-it is just a sign/clinical finding. Diagnosis still has to be made. There are different things that can cause above finding- inflammation, autoimmune problem, infection, malignancy etc. Please go to see your md for eval- ie-blood work, imaging, biopsy etc. ...Read more

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Chronic generalised lymphadenopathy, inguinal nodes 2-3cm and fixed, can nodes be this size and fixed without cancer? Awaitin biopsy results ....

Chronic generalised lymphadenopathy, inguinal nodes 2-3cm and fixed, can nodes be this size and fixed without cancer? Awaitin biopsy results ....

Wait and see: I'm certain that someone somewhere has had fixed nodes that were biopsied and found to be benign. The term fixed or mated nodes brings to mind conditions such as lymphoma. Best not to speculate but wait and see the pathology report. Best of luck. ...Read more

Groin (Definition)

The region or crease between ...Read more