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    1,326 Possible Causes for Lymphadenitis in USA

    • Upper Respiratory Infection

      Lymphadenitis may follow or accompany URI.[]

    • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

      Lymphadenitis may follow or accompany URI.[] Axillary lymphadenitis caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis in a patient with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.[] The risk of miliary TB increases with advancing immunosuppression Axillary lymphadenitis is caused by bug in what kind of pt?[]

    • Influenza
    • Lymphadenitis

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    • Lymphangitis

      Lymphadenitis may occur alone or accompanied by lymphangitis.[] Lymphadenitis and lymphangitis are frequent complications of a bacterial infection .[] Lymphangitis means you have an infection in the lymph vessels and lymphadenitis is an infection of the lymph nodes. []

    • Skin Infection

      Transient lymphadenitis occurs, and significant regional lymphadenopathy is characteristic of streptococcal impetigo.[]

    • Tuberculosis

      Scrofula: Tuberculous lymphadenitis of the cervical nodes may produce a mass of firm, matted nodes just under the mandible.[] Extrapulmonary tuberculosis most frequently presents with lymphadenitis.[] (scrofula) is in the neck, along the sternocleidomastoid muscle; it is usually unilateral and causes little or no pain; advanced cases of tuberculous lymphadenitis may suppurate[]

    • Pharyngitis

      Untreated GABHS pharyngitis can result in suppurative complications including bacteremia, otitis media, meningitis, mastoiditis, cervical lymphadenitis, endocarditis, pneumonia[] Suppurative complications include peritonsillar abscess, cervical lymphadenitis, and mastoiditis. [] On examination, patients have tonsillopharyngeal erythema, with or without exudate, and tender, enlarged anterior cervical lymph nodes (lymphadenitis).[]

    • Splenic Fever

      In herbivores, anthrax commonly presents as an acute septicemia with a high fatality rate, often accompanied by hemorrhagic lymphadenitis.[] Mediastinal widening, pleural effusions, fever, nonproductive cough, myalgia, malaise, haemorrhage, cyanosis, SOB, stridor, shock, death; often accompanied by mesenteric lymphadenitis[] Mediastinal widening, pleural effusions, fever, nonproductive cough, myalgia, malaise, hemorrhage, cyanosis, SOB, stridor, shock, death, often accompanied by mesenteric lymphadenitis[]

    • Listeriosis

      […] delivery Gastroenteritis: fever, diarrhea, joint pains; usually in outbreaks from contaminated foods Endocarditis : natural or prosthetic valves Mortality 40% Focal infections: lymphadenitis[]


    Lymphadenitis is the inflammation of a lymph node.

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