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Definition of the noun adenopathy

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noun - plural: -

  1. a glandular disease or enlargement of glandular tissue (especially of the lymph glands)

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Google previewPrimary Care Medicine (2009)

Office Evaluation and Management of the Adult Patient by Allan H. Goroll, Albert G. Mulley

Isolated retroperitoneal adenopathy is a manifestation of Hodgkin's disease, other lymphomas, metastatic adenocarcinoma, tuberculosis, bladder cancer, and leukemias. A palpable periumbilical abdominal node (the Sister Joseph nodule) is a ...

Google previewThe Hahnemannian Monthly (1921)

Epitrochlear adenopathy is an early, persistent, and common sign of syphilitic infection. 2. It is not pathognomonic, for the condition occurs in non-syphilitic individuals. 3.

Google previewThe Medical Brief (1907)

Adenopathy is an invariable accompaniment of the primary lesion, becoming manifest in from five to ten days after the appearance of the chancre, and always in those lymphatic glands in closest anatomical relation to the chancre. The glands ...

Google previewPhysical Medicine and Rehabilitation Board Review, Third Edition (2014)

by Dr. Sara J. Cuccurullo, MD

Painless cervical adenopathy is the most common presentation in children. • Etiology is not known. Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma (NHL) • Non-Hodgkin's lymphomas (NHL) are a diverse group of hematologic cancers, which include any ...

Google previewMedical Terminology: A Programmed Systems Approach (2009)

by Jean Tannis Dennerll, Phyllis E. Davis

Adenopathy means glandular disease in general. When the diagnosis is made of a ...

Google previewSchwartz's Clinical Handbook of Pediatrics (2008)

by Joseph J. Zorc

Hilar adenopathy is the nonspecific enlargement of lymph nodes at the pulmonary hilum often detected on a chest radiograph. A thorough physical examination will determine whether the enlarged node is isolated to one region or is part of a ...

Google previewOrbital Imaging E-Book (2014)

by F. Allan Midyett, Suresh Kumar Mukherji

Bilateral hilar adenopathy is the most common pulmonary imaging presentation of sarcoidosis but it is not a feature of OAL. • Bony invasion and destruction is absent in LGS. OAL does not respect bony boundaries (see Figures 17-2 and 17- 3, ...

Google previewModern Surgical Pathology (2009)

by Noel Weidner, Richard J. Cote, Saul Suster, Lawrence M. Weiss

Massive bilateral cervical adenopathy is the most common presentation; other sites of involvement include inguinal, axillary, and mediastinal nodes. Approximately 40% of patients have extranodal involvement, and the eponym Rosai-Dorfman ...

Google previewComputed Tomography & Magnetic Resonance Imaging Of The Whole Body (2008)

by John R. Haaga, Daniel Boll

Cervical adenopathy is a very common finding in children, usually related to a developing immune system responding to exposure to multiple new antigens. In the vast majority of pediatric patients, imaging is not required, because cervical ...

Google previewFundamentals of Diagnostic Radiology (2012)

by William E. Brant, Clyde A. Helms

Lymphoma causing bulky adenopathy is the most common solid mesenteric mass. Confluent adenopathy surrounds mesenteric vessels and fat producing the “sandwich sign” (Fig.

Google previewRadiation Oncology (2009)

Rationale, Technique, Results by James D. Cox, Kie Kian Ang

Celiac adenopathy is a poor prognostic factor in esophageal cancer, especially for patients treated with surgery only or with preoperative chemoradiation therapy and surgery.141,145,146 Because the risk for relapse is high for patients with ...

Google previewJournal of the Missouri State Medical Association (1920)

It is fairly well establshed that carcinoma of the nasopharynx rarely produces visceral metastases but adenopathy is a very early symptom, more so with carcinoma of the nasopharynx than with other tumors of this region. Early adenopathy is ...

Google previewInfectious Diseases of the Fetus and Newborn E-Book (2010)

by Christopher B. Wilson, Victor Nizet, Jack S. Remington, Jerome O. Klein, Yvonne Maldonado

Adenopathy is a sign of congenital infection caused by rubella virus, T. gondii, T. pallidum, and enteroviruses. Adenitis can occur in drainage areas involved with bacterial soft tissue infection. Although adenopathy is not an important sign of ...

Google previewRutherford's Vascular Surgery (2014)

by Jack L. Cronenwett, K. Wayne Johnston

Lung cancer with mediastinal adenopathy is the most common cause of SVC obstruction. Lymphoma, follicular or medullary thyroid cancer, teratoma, and thymoma are the most common primary mediastinal malignant neoplasms and together ...

Google previewThe American Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Ophthalmology (1918)

by Casey Albert Wood

After eight days of insomnia, chills and depression, a swelling of the eyelids of the left eye was noticed, with corresponding adenopathy. The palpebral conjunctiva was inflamed, thickened, and covered with yellowish granulations. The bulbar ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Practical Medicine (1902)

ADENOPATHY. THE lymphatic glands corresponding to the areas involved in the diphtheritic process are, as a rule, involved to a greater or less extent. According to the exhaustive researches of Councilman, Mallory, and Pearce, who ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (2008)

by Elaine A. Moore, Lisa Marie Moore

Adenopathy. Adenopathy is a condition involving or causing enlargement of glandular tissues, especially lymph nodes. See also Lymphodenopathy Syndrome. Adenovirus. Adenoviruses belong to a family of double-stranded DNA viruses that ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Cancer (2011)

by Manfred Schwab

Adenopathy. Definition An enlargement or increase in size of glandular organs or tissues usually resulting from disease processes. Adenosine and Tumor Microenvironment Jonathan Blay Department of Pharmacology, Dalhousie University, ...

Google previewBlack's Student Veterinary Dictionary (2017)

Adenopathy. Swelling of the glands, particularly the lymph glands. Adenosine.

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety: The body, health care, management and policy, tools and approaches (1998)

by Jeanne Mager Stellman

Hilar adenopathy, seen in approximately one-third of patients, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Medical Science (1893)

Containing a Full Explanation of the Various Subjects and Terms of Anatomy, Physiology, ... by Robley Dunglison

Venereal bubo, occasioned by venereal virus, adenopathy, indurated bubo, suppurating bubo. 3. Pestilential or malignant bubo. B., creep'lng, serpiginous lmbo which has ulcerated and spread in serpiginous form to adjoining parts.

Google previewBlack's Veterinary Dictionary (2015)

A nucleotide adenosine 5- triphosphate Adamantinoma Adder Addison's Disease, Hypoadrenocorticism Additives Adenitis Adenofibroma Adenoma Adenomatosis Adenopathy Adenosine.

Google previewEncyclopedia of AIDS (1998)

A Social, Political, Cultural, and Scientific Record of the HIV Epidemic by Raymond A. Smith

simplex and herpes zoster adenopathy, enlargement of glandular tissues, especially the lymph nodes adherence, the degree to which a patient carries out a prescribed regimen of treatment, particularly the timing and dosage of medication; ...

Google previewAmazonian Ethnobotanical Dictionary (1994)

by James A. Duke, Rodolfo Vasquez

Vouacoupo abscess: Brosimum, Leonia, Piper, Potalia, Virola acaricide: Iryanthera, Virola adenopathy: Davilla albuminuria: Eclipta, Lindernia alopecia: Entada, Guozuma, Mabeo, Phyllonthus altitude sickness: Erythroxylum ameba: Cauma, ...

Google previewThe Eat Right 4 Your Type The complete Blood Type Encyclopedia (2002)

by Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo, Catherine Whitney

Malaise □ Abdominal discomfort/bloating/constipation □ Diarrhea □ Dry cough □ Confusion □ Lethargy □ Cervical adenopathy □ Bradycardia □ Conjunctivitis About Typhoid Typhoid is an acute systemic illness unique to humans, caused ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Medica (1903)

by Chalmers Watson

Tracheo-bronchial Adenopathy. — The constancy with which these glands are enlarged have led physicians of repute to promulgate the theory that this was the primary and essential cause of the disease, but the fact that the glands are ...

Google previewA New Medical Dictionary (1890)

by George Milbry Gould

Adenopathy, Psychopathy, Homaropathy , Hydropathy. -phobia (</>o/Joy, fear). Excessive fear or dread, as Agoraphobia, Photophobia. -plasty mXaa-aot, to form ).

Google previewDictionary of Optometry and Visual Science (2014)

by Michel Millodot

The infection is caused by a picornavirus, often associated with pre-auricular adenopathy and a follicular conjunctivitis. The infection is self-limited and lasts 7– 10 days. No specific treatment is presently available. adult inclusion c. An acute ...

Google previewMosby's Dental Dictionary (2007)

by Elsevier, Mosby

adenopathy (ad′nop ′the ̄), ...

Google previewBailliere's Nurses' Dictionary - E-Book (2014)

for Nurses and Healthcare Workers by Barbara F. Weller

adenopathy enlargement of any ...

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Scrabble value of A1D2E1N1O1P3A1T1H4Y4

The value of this 10-letter word is 19 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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