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Musculo Skeletal, bone, muscle, nerves and other soft tissues | 7.4 Lymph nodes
Case 7.4.4 Lymph nodes in the elbow


Lymph nodes:
Tumor in the elbow in a 4 year old child that proved to be a lymph node. The node diminished in size spontaneously.
Lymph nodes:
Lymph node in the elbow caused by a bartonella henselae infection (catscrath)
Lymph nodes:
Lymph nodes in the elbow
Lymph nodes:
Enlarged lymph nodes in the elbow and axilla in a patient with catscratch disease
Lymph nodes:
Enlarged lymph node in the elbow Biopsy showed changes suspect for sarcoidosis but no malignancy
Lymph nodes:
Multiple enlarged lymph nodes in the elbow. Biopsy showed granulomatous inflammation with necrosis.
Lymph nodes:
Lymphadenitis and phlebitis in the elbow
Lymph nodes:
Lymphadenitis and lymphangitis in the elbow
Lymph nodes:
Tumor in the elbow in a 4 year old child that proved to be a lymph node. The node diminished in size spontaneously.
Lymph nodes:
Lymph node in the elbow caused by a bartonella henselae infection (catscrath)
Lymph nodes:
Lymph nodes in the elbow
Lymph nodes:
Enlarged lymph nodes in the elbow and axilla in a patient with catscratch disease
Lymph nodes:
Enlarged lymph node in the elbow Biopsy showed changes suspect for sarcoidosis but no malignancy
Lymph nodes:
Multiple enlarged lymph nodes in the elbow. Biopsy showed granulomatous inflammation with necrosis.
Lymph nodes:
Lymphadenitis and phlebitis in the elbow
Lymph nodes:
Lymphadenitis and lymphangitis in the elbow
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