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Primary Axillary Hyperhidrosis
No sign cancer in breast,spread to 2 lymph nodes prominent lymph nodes about 3 inches below armpit,no primary tumour . What is survival rate ?
Same as breast mass: Survival rate of breast cancer metastatic to axillary lymph nodes, but without evident primary tumor is the same as that when a primary tumor is evident. It depends on hormone receptor status, HER2status, age and overall health of patient. Also—since some women are cured of this disease and others aren't—it depends on factors of which medical science is now ignorant. ...Read more
Painless lymphadenopathy (cervical, inguinal, postauricular & axillary, partly unilateral), night sweats, fatigue, intermittent dizziness. Causes?
Need evaluation: Swollen lymph nodes as you describe, associated with your other complaints need to be fully evaluated. See an internist and track this down. ...Read more
Need referral for a reputable physician in the Portland OR area who has experience with permanently treating hyperhidrosis (palms, soles, axillary)?
Ohsu: see a thoracic surgeon associated with the Oregon health sciences center in Portland. They can offer a thoracic procedure ...Read more
Can a fungal infection under the arm cause persistent axillary lymph node/general swelling of armpit?
Prognosis of 41 yo female diagnosed with 2.2 CM papillary thyroid (follicular variant) with no lymph nodes, distant mets or extraglandular extension?
No period since June 2014/ total thyroidectomy for NMG 1/2015 .Sweating under armpits, warmer, yeast infections. 49yrs. Is this menopausal or thyroid?
Cancer with unknown primary tumor. Enlarged lymphnodes under armpits. Tumor find in breastbone. Ok ct Scan of lungs, abdomen, breast. Lymphoma?
Need biopsy done: A biopsy of one of the axillary lymph nodes may provide some guidance about the primary source of this tumor. It could be breast Cancer which sometimes would not show on a Mammogram(it is called an Occult Primary). Without obtaining tissue for microscopic exam it is difficult to proceed further. Ask his oncologist to provide you some answers and an understanding of this problem. ...Read more
My mum has idc breast ca. Primary lump in left breast, axillary nodes, both left&right supraclavicular nodes involvement. Is this stage 4?
Yes/Early stage-4: Spread of tumor into supraclavicular nodes makes it inoperable which males it stage 4(when you add the opposite supracalviculatr nodes. Yet it is early phase of stage -4. Therefore, if treated properly by an experienced breast cancer specialist(medical oncologist), it can be controlled and may even be cured if luck works in her favor. ...Read more
Had breast u/s showed multiple fibroadenomas, complex cyst and bilateral axillary lymph nodes enlargement. Painful breast+ arm with edema. Possibly?
See specialist: You have a "busy" breast and with your young age it is probably dense as well. I highly recommend you find a breast specialist who can review the films and examine you. I have several other posts on Fibroadenoma and Cystic changes (Fibrocystic) that you can review. Good luck. ...Read more
What is the best treatment for stage 2 hidradenitis suppurativa. Skin graph or wide surgical excision? Plastic surgeon or general surgeon?
Hidradenitis supp Tx: Excision with rotational transposition flap closure by boarded Plastic surgeon. ...Read more
Axillary adenopathy: It would be very unlikely that breast CA would cause symmetrical and bilateral lymphnode swelling. Sounds much more likely to be an infectious/viral process. ...Read more
22yrs old mammogram normal enlarged right axillary lymph node 7mm left axillary lymph node 3mm waiting biopsy results. Family history breast cancer?
Be patient: Even with a family history of breast cancer, it would be very rare for a 22 yo to have the disease. You only have about a 14-15% chance of developing breast cancer, unless there are multiple family members who have the disease. There are many reasons for lymph nodes to enlarge, many benign, so just wait for the results. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Axilary & supraclavicular lymph nodes swollen both underarm, neck node not swollen beta2-microglobulin 2.21h, poss sarc dx, no infection, cancer issue?
Might need biopsy: You have significant lymphadenopathy which could be the result of an infection or could be related to a malignancy. Most primary care docs will treat with antibiotics and then refer for a biopsy if no improvement within a couple weeks. If a biopsy is needed it can often be done by an interventional radiologist (needle biopsy) and then sent to a pathologist for evaluation. ...Read more
Nodule in l thyroid vth faint focal calcification, multiple enlargd lymph nodes in l cervical regn(surgical level3).Papillary carcinoma vth metastasis?
Thyroid cancer: Did you have a biopsy? An fna (fine needle aspirate) could be performed where a thin needle is used to collect cells from the thyroid nodule. This sample is sent to a pathologist for examination. The presence of multiple nodes is concerning and deserves further workup. Hope this helps. Papillary carcinoma is common and treatable. ...Read more
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