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27 Possible Causes for Axillary Mass, Hilar Adenopathy, Neck Mass

  • Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

    Involvement of hilar and mediastinal lymph nodes is less common than in HL.[] The disease starts in the lymph nodes, although early involvement of the oropharyngeal lymphoid tissue or the bone marrow is common, as is abdominal mass or gastrointestinal[] High-resolution computed tomography (CT) of the temporal bone and CT of the neck detected a mass lateral to the left tympanic membrane and another mass in the anterior neck[]

  • Hodgkin Lymphoma

    […] or mediastinal adenopathy Most common manifestation Present in 90-99% Commonly multiple lymph node groups involved Anterior mediastinal and retrosternal nodes commonly involved[] She developed a discharging lateral neck mass with progressive increase of the mediastinal mass. She subsequently required a neck exploration and mediastinoscopy.[] , particularly in the neck region, and it doesn't disappear after a few weeks, you should see a doctor to have it checked out.[]

  • Tularemia

    , suggesting oral ingestion of bacteria Pneumonic † Uncommon Infiltrates with asymmetric hilar adenopathy, with or without bloody pleural effusion Oropharyngeal Rare Sore[] Often only a single affected lymph node (inguinal, axillary, cervical or pelvic) but sometimes more than one e.g. inguinal and pelvic.[] At physical examination, 96.8% had a mass in the neck and 90.3% had fever.[]

  • Sarcoidosis

    adenopathy.[] A magnetic resonance imaging scan of the head and neck revealed an enhanced mass in the left base of the tongue, extending superiorly to the level of the soft palate and inferiorly[] Further investigation revealed hilar adenopathy consistent with sarcoidosis. The patient responded well to topical corticosteroids.[]

  • Lymph Node Tuberculosis

    There were 2 patients with mesenteric lymphadenitis and 1 patient with hilar lymph adenopathy, but they had involvement of other extra lymphatic sites as well.[] This condition may involve all of the cervical glands as well as the axillary glands also.[] After diagnosis, all patients received antituberculous chemotherapy and one patient with pocket formation underwent total resection of neck masses with infectious skin.[]

  • Bronchogenic Carcinoma

    § Hilar mass § Small or invisible lung nodule o High metastatic potential o Rapid growth o May be associated with § Hypoglycemia § Cushing's syndrome § Inappropriate secretion[] Chest x-ray showed a large mass in the right upper lobe of the lung, in keeping with a bronchogenic carcinoma (Figure 3 ).[] He also complained of a mass in his neck, which had grown slowly for over 5 years.[]

  • Small-Cell Carcinoma of the Lung

    Radiograph and computed tomography (CT) images of SCLC typically show a large hilar mass with mediastinal adenopathy.[] […] risk for complications defined as lesions greater than 1.5 cm surrounded by aerated lung, pleural based masses greater than 1.5 cm and lesions not associated with a major[] A 64-year-old female smoker presented with left hilar and right lower lung lobe masses.[]

  • Metastasis

    Chest radiography to evaluate for hilar adenopathy associated with sarcoidosis may also be considered.[] The patient underwent total thyroidectomy along with left modified radical neck dissection.[] For women with localized adenocarcinoma involving axillary nodes and those who are hormone receptor-positive who have pleural effusion, these guidelines recommend treatment[]

  • Lymphoma

    CT can reveal hilar and mediastinal adenopathies 9 , 24 .[] Keywords Lymphoma Axillary Lymph Node Mastitis Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology Breast Mass Background Primary lymphoma of the breast (PBL) is a rare disease and all published[] Groups of lymph nodes are found in the neck, underarms, chest, abdomen, and groin. Lymph nodes store white blood cells.[]

  • Mediastinal Neoplasm

    There was no palpable cervical, supraclavicular or axillary lymphadenopathy. Genitourinary exam was negative for testicular masses.[] Thyroid mass mediastinal – a benign growth such as a goiter. These masses may develop into cancer.[] The parietal pleura covering the mass were circumferentially incised and with blunt dissection the tumour was mobilised.[]

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