adenopathy


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adenopathy

(ˌædɪˈnɒpəθɪ)
n
1. (Pathology) enlargement of the lymph nodes
2. (Pathology) enlargement of a gland
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.adenopathy - a glandular disease or enlargement of glandular tissue (especially of the lymph glands)adenopathy - a glandular disease or enlargement of glandular tissue (especially of the lymph glands)
adenosis, gland disease, glandular disease, glandular disorder - a disorder of the glands of the body
Translations
adénopathie

ad·e·nop·a·thy

n. adenopatía, adenopalia, enfermedad de una glándula linfática.
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In addition to the multinodular goiter and left-sided cervical nodules, CT also demonstrated bilateral axillary adenopathy.
This revealed segmental thickening of the proximal small bowel beginning at the ligament of Treitz with extension over a length of 10 cm with associated mesenteric adenopathy (largest lymph node measuring 3.
Axillary lesions related to underlying SLE also include reactive lymph adenopathy, lupus panniculitis (profundus), and ectopic axillary breast.
The abdominal exam should focus on the presence or absence of ascites (fluid wave), an omental mass, or inguinal adenopathy.
Professor Greco presented a paper at last week's American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) meeting in Atlanta highlighting the use of Calypso surface transponders during a SABR treatment for mediastinal adenopathy at CCU.
Most PAA are visible on plain x-ray, but may be misidentified and attributed to other causes such as pulmonary nodules, hilar adenopathy or metastases (2).
Sarcoidosis frequently presents with bilateral hilar adenopathy and pulmonary infiltration and often with ocular and skin lesions.
As she had headache and vomiting observed at the end of the first day of hospitalization, magnetic resonance (MR) was carried out and showed no abnormality except a deep posterior cervical adenopathy 3x1.
The results apply only to a subgroup of patients with the clinical characteristics of those in the trial: stage T1-T2 breast cancer with no palpable adenopathy and one or two sentinel nodes treated with breast-conserving surgery, whole-breast irradiation, and adjuvant systemic therapy.
It revealed, among other things, the existence of adenopathy of uncertain etiology.
Patients were women with T1-T2 (stage of tumor) invasive breast cancer, no palpable adenopathy (enlarged lymph nodes), and 1 to 2 SLNs containing metastases.