Lymphadenopathy - SlideShare

Sep 23, 2012 · Lymphadenopathy 1. EVALUATION OF LYMPHADENOPATHY Nearly 600lymphnodes 2. Normally palpable Sub mandibular Axillary inguinal 3. Pathophysiology React to threatHyperplastic response thatusually resolves within 1 month 4.…

Lymphadenopathy - slideshare.net

Aug 12, 2017 · Overview Lymphadenopathy or adenopathy is disease of the lymph nodes, in which they are abnormal in size, number, or consistency. Lymphadenopathy of an inflammatory type (the most common type) is lymphadenitis, producing swollen or enlarged lymph nodes. In clinical practice, the distinction between lymphadenopathy and lymphadenitis is rarely made and the words are usually ……

Lymphadenopathy approach - SlideShare

Oct 26, 2016 · DEFINITION Lymphadenopathy: refers to lymph nodes that are abnormal in: Size Number Consistency Whether as a result of normal reactive process or pathology (Abnormalities may be localized or generalized) ----- Generalized lymphadenopathy is defined as: - enlargement of ≥ 2 non-contiguous lymph node groups Regional lymphadenopathy If : It involves enlargement of a single ……

Cervical lymphadenopathy - SlideShare

Aug 13, 2016 · • The body has approximately 600 lymph nodes, but only those in the submandibular, axillary or inguinal regions may normally be palpable in healthy people.1 Lymphadenopathy refers to nodes that are abnormal in either size, consistency or number.…

Anatomy of lymph node - SlideShare

Sep 23, 2012 · B lymphocytes arelocated primarily in the follicles andperifollicular areas T lymphocytes arefound primarily in the interfollicular orparacortical areas of the lymph node. •Macrophages reside on these fibers wherethey phagocytise foreign matter. •The node acts as a “settling tank,” because there are fewer efferent vessels,...…

Lymph Nodes PPT Xpowerpoint

Lymphadenopathy Lymph Nodes Are Abnormal If Hard, Irregular, Rubbery, Fixed To Underlying PPT Presentation Summary : Lymph nodes are abnormal if hard, irregular, rubbery, fixed to underlying tissue. What is the cause of the lymphadenopathy?…