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*  Thyroglossal cyst
Differential diagnosis are ectopic thyroid, enlarged lymph nodes, dermoid cysts and goiter. Thyroglossal cyst usually presents ...
*  Lymph node biopsy
... is a test in which a lymph node or a piece of a lymph node is removed for examination under a microscope (see ... The lymph nodes also try to trap cancer cells. The test is used to help determine the cause of lymph node enlargement (swollen ... It may also determine whether tumors in the lymph node are cancerous or noncancerous. Enlarged lymph nodes may be caused by a ... biopsy). The lymphatic system is made up of several lymph nodes connected by lymph vessels. The nodes produce white blood cells ...
*  Peyer's patch
These cells then pass to the mesenteric lymph nodes where the immune response is amplified. Activated lymphocytes pass into the ... Microscopically, Peyer's patches appear as oval or round lymphoid follicles (similar to lymph nodes) located in the submucosa ...
*  Inflammatory breast cancer
The cancer may have spread to lymph nodes within the breast or under the arm. Stage IIIC - N3 nodal involvement with an ... or discharge Pain in the breast Itching of breast Swelling of lymph nodes under the arm or in the neck Unusual warmth of the ...
*  Lymph node stromal cell
The lymph carries chemokines (molecular chemical messengers) and antigens to the lymph node. At the lymph node, the lymph ... This is the place where blood vessels enter and leave the lymph node and lymphatic vessels leave the lymph node. Lymph vessels ... Afferent lymphatic vessels bring lymph fluid from the peripheral tissues to the lymph nodes. The lymph tissue in the lymph ... Lymph node stromal cells are essential to the structure and function of the lymph node. There are a number of different types ...
*  Splenic marginal zone lymphoma
Involved hilar lymph nodes adjacent to the spleen show an effaced architecture without preservation of the marginal zone seen ... SMZL in bone marrow displays a nodular pattern with morphology similar to what is observed in the splenic hilar lymph nodes. ... Frequently, the bone marrow and splenic hilar lymph nodes are involved along with the peripheral blood. The neoplastic cells ...
*  Superficial inguinal lymph nodes
Inguinal lymph nodes may normally be up to 2 cm in size. The superficial nodes drain to the deep inguinal lymph nodes. They ... The superficial inguinal lymph nodes are the inguinal lymph nodes that form a chain immediately below the inguinal ligament. ... the lateral leg drains to the popliteal lymph nodes first). They are divided into three groups: Superomedial Superolateral ... Inferior Deep inguinal lymph nodes "Assessment of lymphadenopathy". BMJ Best Practice. Retrieved 2017-03-04. Last updated: Last ...
*  Adjuvant therapy
... and in stage three breast cancer due to lymph node involvement. In glioblastoma multiforme, adjuvant chemoradiotherapy is ...
*  Adenitis
Lymph adenitis or lymph node adenitis is caused by infection in lymph nodes. The infected lymph nodes typically become enlarged ... A swelling of lymph nodes due to growth of lymph cells is called lymphadenopathy. Types include: Neck Cervical adenitis is an ... Abdomen Mesenteric adenitis is an inflammation of the mesenteric lymph nodes in the abdomen. It can be caused by the bacterium ... Often it is used to refer to lymphadenitis which is the inflammation of a lymph node. ...
*  Esophageal cancer
... especially liver and lymph nodes). The sensitivity of a CT scan is limited by its ability to detect masses (e.g. enlarged lymph ... Staging is based on the TNM staging system, which classifies the amount of tumor invasion (T), involvement of lymph nodes (N), ... Common sites of spread include nearby lymph nodes, the liver, lungs and bone. Liver metastasis can cause jaundice and abdominal ... Other symptoms may include pain when swallowing, a hoarse voice, enlarged lymph nodes ("glands") around the collarbone, a dry ...
*  Lymphangioma
... is the network of vessels responsible for returning to the venous system excess fluid from tissues as well as the lymph nodes ... They communicate with the superficial lymph vesicles through vertical, dilated lymph channels. Whimster theorized the cisterns ... Why the embryonic lymph sacs remain disconnected from the rest of the lymphatic system is also not known. Cystic lymphangioma ... They are distinguished by the depth and the size of abnormal lymph vessels, but all involve a malformation of the lymphic ...
*  Tumor antigen
... mostly thymus for T-cells and spleen/lymph nodes for B cells). Thus any protein that is not exposed to the immune system ...
*  Kveim test
It is named for the Norwegian pathologist Morten Ansgar Kveim, who first reported the test in 1941 using lymph node tissue from ...
*  Lymph trunk
When an efferent lymph vessel leaves a lymph node, it may carry lymph to another lymph node by becoming its afferent lymph ... Jugular lymph trunks Subclavian lymph trunks Bronchomediastinal lymph trunks Lumbar lymph trunks Intestinal lymph trunk- ... Lymph trunk is a collection of lymph vessels that carries lymph, and is formed by confluence of many efferent lymph vessels. It ... The lymph trunks drain into the lymph ducts, which in turn return lymph to the blood by emptying into the respective subclavian ...
*  Adipose tissue
Both the mesenteric and omental depots incorporate much lymphoid tissue as lymph nodes and milky spots, respectively. The two ... The inguinal depots enclose the inguinal group of lymph nodes. Minor depots include the pericardial, which surrounds the heart ... each containing one large lymph node. Of all the depots in the mouse, the gonadal depots are the largest and the most easily ...
*  Carcinoma
Stage III carcinomas typically have been found to have spread to regional lymph nodes, tissues, and/or organ structures, while ... Carcinoma metastasizes through both the lymph nodes and the blood. Whole genome sequencing has established the mutation ... or subtotal removal of single node,. Microscopic examination by a pathologist is then necessary to identify molecular, cellular ...
*  Herpetic whitlow
This may be accompanied by fever and swollen lymph nodes. Small, clear vesicles initially form individually, then merge and ...
*  Pulmonary sclerosing pneumocytoma
Calcification occurs in 40%. Although considered benign spread to regional lymph nodes occurs in ...
*  Root of the lung
Also on each hilum there are hilar bronchopulmonary lymph nodes. The parietal pleura surrounding the root of the lung extends ... bronchial lymph nodes, and areolar tissue, all of which are enclosed by a reflection of the pleura. The root of the right lung ... This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th edition of Gray's Anatomy (1918) Atlas image: lung_lymph at ...
*  Decidua
... in a lymph node may mimic metastatic carcinoma. A long-lasting infection of the decidua, chronic deciduitis, is ... Wu, DC.; Hirschowitz, S.; Natarajan, S. (May 2005). "Ectopic decidua of pelvic lymph nodes: a potential diagnostic pitfall". ...
*  Philodryas olfersii
Some pus can develop and nearby lymph nodes may enlarge. Bruising or other discoloration can appear quite a distance from the ...
*  R. M. Lala
Cancer of the lymph nodes was first detected in 1989. He had to undergo chemotherapy, which he refers to as one of the most ...
*  Desmoplastic small-round-cell tumor
Reported sites of metastatic spread include the liver, lungs, lymph nodes, brain, skull, and bones. The tumor is classified as ... Other areas affected may include the lymph nodes, the lining of the abdomen, diaphragm, spleen, liver, chest wall, skull, ... DSRCT can metastasize through lymph nodes or the blood stream. Sites of metastasis include the spleen, diaphragm, liver, large ...
*  Head lice infestation
Swelling of the local lymph nodes and fever are rare. Itching may cause skin breakdown and uncommonly result in a bacterial ...
*  Lymphogranuloma venereum
Over the course of the disease, lymph nodes enlarge, as may occur in any infection of the same areas as well. Enlarged nodes ... LGV is primarily an infection of lymphatics and lymph nodes. Chlamydia trachomatis is the bacterium responsible for LGV. It ... The infection spreads to the lymph nodes through lymphatic drainage pathways. The most frequent presenting clinical ... These changes may progress to necrosis, fluctuant and suppurative lymph nodes, abscesses, fistulas, strictures, and sinus ...
*  Mediastinoscope
A mediastinoscope is a thin, tube-like instrument used to examine the tissues and lymph nodes in the area between the lungs ( ...
*  Dengue fever
The dendritic cell moves to the nearest lymph node. Meanwhile, the virus genome is translated in membrane-bound vesicles on the ...