The following Conditions are related to Enlarged lymph nodes

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  • Erythema nodosum

    Your healthcare practitioner will go over the best course of action for treating erythema nodosum with you based on age, general health, and medical background, size of the problem your tolerance for particular treatments, operations, or medications, expectations for how the illness will progress andyour preference or opinion.Despite being painful, erythema nodosum is typically not a serious condition. In mos  Read More

  • Gianotti crosti syndrome

    Gianotti-Crosti Syndrome is characterized by blisters on the skin that may or may not itch. They are usually found on the face, buttocks, arms or legs. The blisters consist of large, flat-topped, fluid filled sacks. They usually occur along with upper respiratory tract infection. The blisters usually last from twenty to twenty-five days; they do not usually recur. There may be an enlargement of the lymph nodes in the trunk area of the body. Gi  Read More

  • Human cowpox infection

    Cowpox is a viral disease that normally affects the udders and teats of cows. On rare occasions, it may be transmitted to humans and produce a characteristic red skin rash and abnormally enlarged lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy). Cowpox is caused by the vaccinia virus and has been known to cause systemic reactions (generalized vaccinia) in some people who have been recently vaccinated against cowpox.Cowpox produces immunity to smallpo  Read More

  • Rosai-dorfman disease

    The symptoms and physical findings associated with Rosai-Dorfman disease vary greatly from one person to another depending upon the extent of the disorder and the specific organ systems affected. Some cases may only affect the lymph nodes and may not cause any serious complications. Less often, some cases may affect various organ systems of the body and may potentially cause serious complications. Any organ system of the body may become affect  Read More