Is Tuberculous cervical lymphadenitis infectious?
Cervical lymphadenopathy is a condition with a broad differential diagnosis. Malignant tumors, allergic reactions, autoimmune diseases as well as various infectious agents can be the cause.
Tuberculous is an infectious disease.
That is the tricky question! The infection of the lymph node will not be transmissible. But then the cause of the cervical lymphadenitis may be in the lungs, usually tuberculosis. It is transmissible by air born infection, when the patient coughs.
m.scrofulaceum is a kind of mycobacterum that causes cervical lymphadenitis in kids.
Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease that can be caused by two organisms Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis.
Cervical lymphadenitis means inflammation of a lymph gland in the neck region.
Lymphadenitis is an infection of the lymph nodes themselves.  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lymphadenitis
Adenitis or Lymphadenitis Lymphadenitis.
Lymphadenitis is marked by swollen lymph nodes that are painful, in most cases, when the doctor touches them. If the lymphadenitis is related to an infected wound, the skin over the nodes may be red and warm to the touch.
Cancer of the cervix, while associated with human papillomavirus (HPV), is not itself an infectious disease that is transferred from mother to child. So no, women do not produce children with cervical cancers.
In patients with lymphadenitis, treatment depends on the causative agent and may include the following: * Antimicrobial therapy * Expectant management: Catscratch disease is usually benign and self-limited and generally does not require treatment with antibiotics. * Chemotherapy * Radiotherapy Treatment for lymphadenitis may include: * Rest * Warm compresses * Elevation of the affected area * Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications for pain: o Ibuprofen o Naproxen o Ketoprofen * Narcotic pain medication * Antibiotic therapy… Read More
Louis VXII died at the age of ten. An official autopsy determined that he died of a chronic scrofulous infection. Today, this sickness is called tuberculosis cervical lymphadenitis, which is a swollen or infected lymph node, related to tuberculosis.
J. D. Rolleston has written: 'Inherited syphilis and blue sclerotics' -- subject(s): Syphilis, Research 'Cervical and submaxillary adenitis in convalescence from diphtheria' -- subject(s): Diphtheria, Lymphadenitis 'F.J.V. Broussais (1772-1838)'
Lymphadenitis is an inflammation of the lymph nodes. Lymphadenitis can make the lymph nodes have a small pebbly feeling when touched.
The early symptoms of lymphadenitis are swelling of the nodes caused by a buildup of tissue fluid and an increased number of white blood cells resulting from the body's response to the infection.
I think he died of cancer or tuberculous.
Arthritis is a condition, not an illness, or a contagious or infectious disease. Arthritis affects the bones, but not tissue or muscles. Therefore, a person can have arthritis in the cervical spine (the neck) but not the throat.
non-infectious non-infectious non-infectious non-infectious
no It is sometimes due to conditions that are contagious and can be transmitted from person to person
Yes of course it should be.
It is not infectious.
An infection that spreads from its original site to involve the regional lymph nodes is called what?
Mumps is an infectious disease.
SARS is an infectious disease.
depends on how you got it (tuberculosis) but no, its usually non-infectious
one is a lung disease and the other is a type of blister
Hepatitis B is an infectious disease caused by a bloodborne virus.
Asthma is a condition and not an infectious disease.
Cholera is an infectious disease.
Asthma is non-infectious.
Cervical neoplasm is another name for cervical cancer.
no it is not infectious .
No, it is not infectious.
No, it is not infectious.
Hepatitis A is an infectious viral disease. It is spread via the fecal-oral route.
Aids is a noninfectious disease. yes it is infectious because i am doing a little report on it so yes it is infectious
Don't worry - you can't "catch" it.
Cancer of any type is not infectious.
Alfred Leitch has written: 'The tuberculous process' -- subject(s): Tuberculosis
is lupus infectious