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Mediastinal Or Hilar Adenopathy
Mediastinal adenopathy & left hilar adenopathy only with NO other symptoms other than adult onset asthma 4 months ago?could this be cancer 51nonsmoker
Mediastinal adenopathy & left hilar adenopathy only with NO other symptoms other than adult onset asthma 4 months ago?could this be cancer 51nonsmoker, clean mamagram 2, please what else could it be
There are a number: of causes of mediastinal adenopathy. Inflammatory processes, infections, sarcoid and other granulomatous processes, to name a few. Unfortunately, lymphoma and other neoplasms can do it too. You need to follow-up with your physician to determine the cause of the adenopathy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had endometrial cancer in 9/2012. I have thyroid goiter with nodules, virchow's node, mediastinal and bilateral hilar adenopathy. Could it be thyroid cancer?
If adenopathy in lungs (hilar, mediastinal, aortopulomonary) doesn't resolve in 8 months time, what is next step? Could an infection cause this?
My CT shows a 9.5 CM left hilar node with a low attenuation center. Report adds No mediastinal adenopathy is seen. Could you explain probable meaning?
Hard to tell...: ..without more information. It is good they did not see a lung mass or enlarged nodes in the mediastinum (the space between the lungs), but a 9 cm. hilar node (the area where the blood vessels enter the lung) is pretty big. A scan is usually done with a specific purpose so I suggest you talk to the physician who ordered it and discuss its implications and what's next for U. Hope it's nothing bad. ...Read more
34yr male. Asymptomatic. Gp thinks I have a virus. Complete blood count ok. Bilateral hilar and mediastinal adenopathy. Lungs ok. Should i wait?
Why did you get CXR : What was wrong that led your doctor to get blood work and imaging? Did you have fever, weight loss, cough, etc? That can help direct what else might be going on. Lots of things can lead to mediastinal lymphadenopathy like tb, endemic fungal infections, sarcoidosis, lymphoma, but they usually have several other symptoms as well. Make sure you go back for follow up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, regional metast: If this is a case of lung Cancer, then lymph node spread to the hilar areas and mediastinum means regional spread of cancer. This is still treatable but patient needs to go see a Cancer specialist(Medical Oncologist) at a recognised Cancer Center or Medical center where expert specialists who treat Lung Cancer would be more easily available. ...Read more
I have not:
personally seen this but I can attest that is is a RECOGNIZED ,well documented side effect of Dilantin!
Hope this is helpful
Dr Z ...Read more
What are some possible causes of bulky mediastinal lymphadenopathy(other than cancer) involving subcarinal, bilateral hilar and paratracheal nodes?
Sarcoid: could cause adenopathy in those regions, as well as other granulomatous inflammatory processes. Infectious processes such as histoplasmosis could do it. Certain chronic exposures such as berylliosis and silicosis could cause mediastinal adenopathy, but usually the history and other findings make those diagnoses more obvious. Unfortunately, lymphoma is the major consideration in most cases. ...Read more
I have had 2 CT scans in the past week and a half, they diagnosed me as mild mediastinal bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy. Could it be lymphoma.
CT scan for PE (+) has comment "hilar or mediastinal lymphadenopathy is appreciated", can you please explain what this comment may mean?
Lymphadenopathy: swollen, visible lymph nodes near your lungs. This requires ongoing medical evaluation and testing. ...Read more
Mom had CT chest after having bronchitis showed Mild mediastinal & left hilar lymphadenopathy,they did biopsy it was neg, no symptoms,why biopsy again?
Biopsy: I do not know when the initial biopsy was done. However, although the nodes may be negative on the initial biopsy if the hilar nodes remain swollen or are enlarging that may warrant another biopsy. ...Read more
See below: Hilar adenopathy is a term used by radiologists when describing bulky tissue findings near the blood vessels of the lungs, typically seen on a chest x-ray or chest ct scan. It implies typically that there are enlarged lymph nodes present. Like any finding on an imaging study however, it must be interpreted in context of the patient. You should discuss this with the doctor that ordered the test. ...Read more
Swollen lymph nodes: I presume that you mean bilateral hilar adenopathy. This means swollen lymph nodes near the center of the chest. I can be associated with both benign and malignant conditions. ...Read more
My husband was told last night that he posibliy has hilar adenopathy in his lungs what does that mean?
Refers to: swelling of lymph nodes in the center of the lung fields. ...Read more
Hi my mother had got the CT scan for chest report summary: bilateral hilar adenopathy (non specific?)
what does it mean? And how can we cure?
Sarcoidoisis?: There are several causes for enlargement of the lymph nodes in the region in which the trachea (air tube) divides into main stem bronchi (smaller air tubes). Sometimes this can be caused by a condition known as sarcoidosis, but this may not be what your mom has. This should be discussed with her doctor at length and if you are not satisfied and haven't seen a pulmonologist, request a consult. ...Read more
Right lung mass. Bilateral nodules. Question of right hilar adenopathy. This is information listed as a result of ct scan of chest.
Too long to answer here, however go to these links to read:
3)http://www.Medscape.Com/viewarticle/460652_3. ...Read more
What could cause a positive ANA titre of 1:320? Also hilar and mediasternal lymphadenopathy? Possibly related to each other?
My recommendation: 1. ANA, can be nonspecific. Positive usually reflect an autoimmune process such autoimmune hepatitis or SLE, etc. With titer of 1:320, I recommend you see a rheumatologist for further work-up. 2. Hilar and mediastinopathies are concerning. If CT report does raise a concern, you should see a pulmonologist as the first step. Not sure if the two is related or not at this point. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
YES: It can, but is more likely secondary to the etiology of the hilar adenopathy ...Read more
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