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Spleen Enlarged From Bronchitis
Cause of enlarged mediastinal and hilar lymph nodes? Chest CT clear apart from nodes. Chronic dry cough, breathless, intermittent fevers and lethargy?
Infection vs tumor: Usually enlarged mediastinal and hilar nodes can represent granulomatous infection such as tuberculosis. In southwest coccidiodomycosis, in midwest brucellosis. Sometimes depends on age and immune system of individual. Most lymphomas either Hodgkins or Nonhodgkins can produce mediastinal and hilar nodes.Should seek physician for work up and therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mild mediastinal left hilar lymphodeopathy indeterminate for neoplasm what's that mean ? history of asthma and bronchitis no enlarged spleen or other nodes
Requires follow up : Intermediate is a classificationn from the American thoracic society based on the size. Due to improvements in technology many nodules are now visible that preciously could not be seen. These are graded and monitored differently. Yours will require Dr. Follow up and repeat X-ray. Make sure you follow up with your doctor. At your age there are many possible causes of this finding. ...Read more
Endoscopy EUS showed several enlarged lymph nodes between pancreas and liver. Pancreas has inflammation and scar tissue. What could cause lymph nodes?
Can lymp nodes and enlarged glands shrink after treatment for TB lympadentitis. Can extrapulmonary TB cause lung scarring because of enlarged glands?
Had kidney stone passing & CT showed enlarged lymph node in the lower thorax and an enlarged spleen. WBC was 10. Healthy 29 yo. Cancer or infection...
Probably not GB: Gallbladder disease, most frequently cholecystitis, or inflammation of the gallbladder, does not cause enlarged spleen. Under very unusual circumstances, bacterial infection could cause some response or abscess in the spleen. More often, enlarged spleen or splenomegaly is a reflection of liver disorder, in which the gallbladder may also be affected. Check with your doctor. ...Read more
Many answers: This needs be discussed with your doctor and soon. ...Read more
I've read enlarged spleen from fatty liver only occurs after extensive liver damage.Can a "mildly fatty liver" cause a painful enlarged spleen?
Can the spleen swell due to stomach diseases? Or could the spleen be swollen from mono 7 months ago?
Immunodeficiency, enlarged spleen, enlarged liver, anemia of chronic disease, are these serious issues?
You bet: And I hope are you under the care of an immunologist and hematologist. ...Read more
My spleen is enlarged from mononucleosis and i'm on an antibiotic called cephadroxil..Will smoking recreational marijuana rupture my spleen?
Many, maybe related: Spleen can be small either because it never grew (as baby/child) or because it was injured and became scarred. If problem started young enough, thymus can take over some of the spleen's work to compensate (so becomes bigger). Spleen filters old/damaged blood cells and helps produce new ones, filters out certain infections and has other immune functions; thymus is an important part of immune system. ...Read more
Dear doctor, i'm suffering from enlarged lymph nodes, could it be from focal segmental glomerulosclerosis?
Probably unrelated: You did not say where the enlarged lymph nodes are located and how big they are? The kidney problem that you have indicated, is difficult to link with the gland problem unless your glands are enlarged due to something serious. If the lymph nodes are more than 1.5-2cm in size you need to have your doctor examine you and investigate the cause. Good luck. ...Read more
It can be many thing: There are many conditions which can cause enlarged liver, spleen and lymph nodes you need to have thorough history/physical exam, and blood test to find the cause. It may be anything like infectious mononucleosis, or another infectious process to lymphoma so have it checked asap. ...Read more
Any connection between enlarged spleen and autoimmune disorders? Recovered from meningitis, recent ultrasound shows spleen on high end of normal size
Many causes : The spleen's job is to take older or damaged blood cells out of circulation. Diseases that cause abnormal or disrupted cells, like thallesemias and hemolytic anemia cause enlargement to compensate for the increased work. Congestion due to cirrhosis/portal hypertension cause enlargement by limiting blood flow out of the spleen. Tumors especially lymphoma can grow in the spleen as well. ...Read more
I have stage4 cirrhosis would that cause several swollen portal lymph nodes in pancreas and spleen
Inflammation: Enlarged lymph nodes occur when the immune system is active in a part of the body (a regional factory and distibution site for inflammatory cells which travel from the bloodstream and into the lymphatic fluid). Sources of inflammation in the lungs include infection, autoimmune disorders, injury of lung tissue, chronic respiratory inflammation, and malignancies. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several posibilities: Often this may be due to infections like histoplasmosis (which is quite frequent in the mid-west), but the best thing to do is to have this thoroughly evaluated by a pulmonary (lung) expert. It may require bronchoscopy after appropriate imaging studies, and possibly other procedures, but the importance of establishing a firm diagnosis cannot be over-estimated. Good luck. ...Read more
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