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22 Possible Causes for Epitrochlear Adenopathy

  • Childhood Hodgkin's Disease

    Adenopathies are most often asymmetrical. Signs of profound lymph node enlargement, such as those described in the superior vena cava syndrome should be also looked for.[symptoma.com] […] conduct a careful examination of all superficial lymph node stations: laterocervical, occipital, pre-auricular, submandibular, supraclavicular, infraclavicular, axillary, epitrochlear[symptoma.com]

  • Tenosynovitis

    There was no palpable epitrochlear or axillary adenopathy. Her white-cell count was 8700 per cubic millimeter.[nejm.org]

  • Synovial Hemangioma

    There was no epitrochlear adenopathy or effusion. She had normal neuromuscular function distally with regards to strength and sensation.[ispub.com]

  • Pulmonary Tularemia

    The tick-borne form usually involves inguinal or femoral adenopathy, while the rabbit (animal)-associated form usually involves axillary or epitrochlear adenopathy.[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Dengue Fever

    Dengue fever Synonyms Dengue, breakbone fever [1] [2] The typical rash seen in dengue fever Pronunciation Specialty Infectious disease Symptoms Fever, headache, joint pain, rash [1] [2] Complications Bleeding , low levels of blood platelets , dangerously low blood pressure [2] Usual onset 3–14 days after exposure[…][en.wikipedia.org]

  • Pulmonary Syphilis

    adenopathy patchy hair loss "moth-eaten" maculopapular rash on palms and soles headache generalized lyphadenopathy condylomata lata (moist lesions on the genitals which are[medbullets.com] […] heals in 3-9 weeks found near area of contact Bilateral inguinal lymphadenopathy Secondary Syphilis Appear 1-3 months after primary infection Presents with low grade fever epitrochlear[medbullets.com]

  • Tularemia Meningitis

    The tick-borne form usually involves inguinal or femoral adenopathy, while the rabbit (animal)-associated form usually involves axillary or epitrochlear adenopathy.[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Cutaneous Atypical Mycobacterial Infection

    M fortuitum, M chelonae, and M abscessus can present as painful papular lesions, epitrochlear adenopathies, and erythematous nodular and ulcerating skin nodules.[dermaamin.com]

  • Disseminated Atypical Mycobacterial Infection

    M fortuitum, M chelonae, and M abscessus can present as painful papular lesions, epitrochlear adenopathies, and erythematous nodular and ulcerating skin nodules.[dermaamin.com]

  • Mycobacterium Marinum Skin Granuloma

    There was no palpable epitrochlear or axillary adenopathy. Her white-cell count was 8700 per cubic millimeter.[nejm.org]

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