from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Disease of a gland.
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- noun (Med.) Disease of a gland.
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- noun Swelling or enlargement of the
glands(especially the lymph nodes); any glandular disease.
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- noun a glandular disease or enlargement of glandular tissue (especially of the lymph glands)
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On exam his throat is red without exudates or tonsillar hypertrophy; no cervical adenopathy no "swollen glands"; strep test negative.
Infection and inflammation of the pharynx and tonsils accompanied by fever, dysphagia and adenopathy.
- Allergic reactions: cutaneous eruptions, fever, adenopathy.
- Pustule that develops into a black eschar surrounded by vesicles and an inflamed area, with regional adenopathy.
- Look for regional or systemic manifestations: lymphangitis, adenopathy, fever, septicemia, metastatic infection ...
The most predictive factors of outcome were adenopathy size and the presence of indirect signs at the puncture site.
The size of the adenopathy and the presence of indirect signs at the puncture site predict the achievement of diagnostic samples.
The chest radiograph usually reveals bilateral, mid - and upper-lobe predominant reticulonodular infiltrates, as well as hilar and mediastinal adenopathy.
After the incubation period of 2-6 days, symptoms of the plague appear including severe malaise, headache, shaking chills, fever, and pain and swelling, or adenopathy, in the affected regional lymph nodes, also known as buboes.
Pleural effusion and peripheral adenopathy can occur.