What is retrocrural adenopathy?
Enlarged lymph nodes in the space in the inferior and posterior mediastinum between the crura of the diaphragm.
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enlargement of lymph nodes in medianastinal chest area.
Pathological adenopathy means that glands are enlarged. Thisusually is used to refer to the lymph nodes when they are enlarged.
what is bilateral axillary adenopathy? In the medical sense bulky is used to describe lymph nodes that aren't just palpable (able to be felt with gentle massage of fingertip…s), they are obvious and large. Bilateral means both sides. The Axillar is the medical term for the armpit. Adenopathy is the inflammation/swelling of lymph nodes caused by infection or other disease processes. Therefore most common situation to find this description in would be a breast cancer patient with nodal spread to the axillar chain on both sides. The prognosis would therefore not be as good as a localised tumour, but surgury and radiotherapy combined could still radically treat it with luck.
what is hilar adenopathy
Hilar adenopathy is a term for enlarged mediastinal lymph nodes.
Adenopathy is the term used to describe enlargement or disease ofthe glands, especially lymph nodes. In medical terms, bulkydescribes a "cancer with a considerable tumor burde…n" ornon-palpable lymph nodes. Although the description, "no bulkyadenopathy with in the pelvis," could possibly be used to describethe condition of erectile dysfunction, it would technically meanthere is nothing wrong with the lymph system within the pelvicarea.
Yes. Thyroiditis is an inflammation of the thyroid gland that can be from a variety of causes, and the term adenopathy is an 'umbrella' term that is used to mean a dysfunction… of a gland in the body. In other words, the general term adenopathy can be any one of dozens of diseases that involve the glands, the endocrine system of the body. The term thyroiditis is more specific and there are several things that can cause that to happen. Most commonly it is because of hypothyroidism, but it can be from hyperthyroidism as well, and may lead into the development of a goiter, unless treated by a doctor.
To break it down, here are definitions of all of those words, and then a summary: Bilateral: On both sides, as opposed to unilateral (on one side). Hilar: Of or relating to …the hilum, presumably of the lung, which is the area of the lung where the airways (bronchioles) and arteries branch out. It is located near the heart, and is localized. Adenopathy: Abnormality of the lymph nodes, typically related to swelling. Calcified: Having an extremely high calcium content, to the point of hardening or solidification due to a build up of calcium in the tissue. In summary: It means that the lymph nodes in the center of the lungs (near the heart, specifically on the primary bronchioles) are abnormally calcified in both lungs.
It's the swelling of the lymph nodes located outside or behind one of the the peritoneums. The parietal peritoneum is the portion that lines the abdominal and pelvic cavit…ies. The visceral peritoneum covers the external surfaces of most abdominal organs, including the intestinal tract. Therefore, it's the swelling of the lymph nodes located around the abdominal area.
Subcarinal adenopathy is the enlargement of lymph nodes in adesignated area of your body. It is diagnosed with an X-ray.
Periportal adenopathy is an increase in lymph nodes around theportal vein. The main cause is typically infection such asbacterial conjunctivitis and throat infection.
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