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- n. A chronic, abnormal enlargement of the lymph nodes, usually associated with disease.
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- n. An abnormal enlargement of the lymph nodes
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- n. chronic abnormal enlargement of the lymph nodes (usually associated with disease)
We named this newly isolated virus lymphadenopathy associated virus (LAV).
We therefore decided to use a lymph node biopsy from a patient with generalised lymphadenopathy.
We checked patients with lymphadenopathy (swollen glands), big livers and palpable spleens.
I give you fever, muscle ache and lymphadenopathy.
The EMR-generated report I received dutifully reported a full mental status was normal, that the extra-ocular movements were intact, the pupils equal, round and reactive to light, the oropharynx was benign, the dentition in good repair, that the neck was free of lymphadenopathy, jugular venous distention, bruit or goiter and that the trachea was midline....
Other clinical signs which emerge include tachycardia (fast heart rate), lymphadenopathy (enlarged lymph nodes), and a petechial rash (a rash caused by bleeding into the skin), both on internal mucosal surfaces, such as in the mouth and throat, and on the skin.
The baboons became infected with the virus and four of the baboons developed lymphadenopathy and three of the animals exhibited CD4 T-cell loss within nineteen to twenty-four months after inoculation.
Icteries, an enlarged liver or lymphadenopathy, may also be seen pp.
There are other causes of peripheral lymphadenopathy, including bacterial and fungal infections, though these dogs usually have other signs relating to the infections.
I suspect Martha had seen and/or felt these nodes on Bailey as they were enlarged, a condition we term peripheral lymphadenopathy.
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