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Case 4.4.1 Benign lymph nodes


Benign lymph nodes:
Enlarged oval hypoechoic homogeneous lymph nodes in a patient with sarcoidosis
Benign lymph nodes:
Enlarged hypoechoic lymph nodes with necrotic hypovascularized areas that proved to tuberculosis
Benign lymph nodes:
Enlarged oval hypoechoic inhomogeneous lymph nodes in a patient with tuberculosis
Benign lymph nodes:
Pathological lymph nodes in the neck in a patient with tuberculosis
Benign lymph nodes:
Inhomogeneous enlarged neck lymph node with calcifications caused by an atypical mycobacterium
Benign lymph nodes:
Enlarged oval hypervascularized lymph nodes in a patient with catscratch disease
Benign lymph nodes:
Neck lesion that proved to be follicular lymphoid hyperplasia
Benign lymph nodes:
Parotitis and reactive lymph nodes
Benign lymph nodes:
Enlarged oval hypoechoic homogeneous lymph nodes in a patient with sarcoidosis
Benign lymph nodes:
Enlarged hypoechoic lymph nodes with necrotic hypovascularized areas that proved to tuberculosis
Benign lymph nodes:
Enlarged oval hypoechoic inhomogeneous lymph nodes in a patient with tuberculosis
Benign lymph nodes:
Pathological lymph nodes in the neck in a patient with tuberculosis
Benign lymph nodes:
Inhomogeneous enlarged neck lymph node with calcifications caused by an atypical mycobacterium
Benign lymph nodes:
Enlarged oval hypervascularized lymph nodes in a patient with catscratch disease
Benign lymph nodes:
Neck lesion that proved to be follicular lymphoid hyperplasia
Benign lymph nodes:
Parotitis and reactive lymph nodes
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