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Lymphadenopathy refers to the enlargement of one or more lymph nodes, the bean-shaped glands found in the neck, armpits, chest, groin, and abdomen. Lymphadenopathy may occur in just one part of the body, in which case it is referred to as “localized” or it may be present in two or more body areas, in which case it is referred to as “generalized.” The condition most commonly affects nodes in the neck (cervical lymph nodes).
Patients with germinal center-like structures face greater risk of developing non-Hodgkin's lymphoma

Patients with germinal center-like structures face greater risk of developing non-Hodgkin's lymphoma

Gilead Sciences announces Quad regimen Phase II clinical trial results for HIV infection treatment

Gilead Sciences announces Quad regimen Phase II clinical trial results for HIV infection treatment

Scientists discover weakness of human louse

Scientists discover weakness of human louse

SUVmax in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma patients predict overall survival

SUVmax in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma patients predict overall survival

Interim results from Phase 1 CAL-101 trial for chronic lymphocytic leukemia

Interim results from Phase 1 CAL-101 trial for chronic lymphocytic leukemia

Membrane-bound Fas ligand is essential for cell death: Researchers

Membrane-bound Fas ligand is essential for cell death: Researchers

Sonoenteroclysis, a new sonographic method for diagnosing small bowel disorders proves effective

Sonoenteroclysis, a new sonographic method for diagnosing small bowel disorders proves effective

Virtual colonoscopy for colon cancer

Virtual colonoscopy for colon cancer

Smaller lymph nodes seen on abdominal CT scans in "healthy" people are not clinically significant

Smaller lymph nodes seen on abdominal CT scans in "healthy" people are not clinically significant