From the case: Tuberculous neck nodes

Coronal CT
Coronal C+ portal venous phase
Coronal CT
Modality: CT (C+ portal venous phase)

- “ CT through the neck and chest demonstrates large nodes particularly on the right with central low density are noted. Extensive mediastinal nodal...”

Used in the following article:

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  • Cystic (necrotic) lymph nodes - “ Cystic or necrotic appearing lymph nodes can be caused by a number of infectious, inflammatory or malignant conditions: Systemic squamous cell c...”
  • Tuberculous cervical lymphadenitis - “ Tuberculous cervical lymphadenitis, also known as scrofula and King's evil, continues to be seen in endemic areas and in the industrialised world ...”
  • Tuberculosis - “ Tuberculosis encompasses an enormously wide disease spectrum affecting multiple organs and body systems predominantly caused by the organism Mycob...”
  • Papillary thyroid cancer - “ Papillary thyroid carcinoma (PTC) is the most common malignancy of the thyroid gland, and frequently has nodal metastases at presentation. Epidem...”
  • Kimura disease - “ Kimura disease is a rare benign inflammatory disease that characteristically manifests as enlargement of cervical lymph nodes and salivary glands....”
  • Fatty nodal metaplasia - “ Fatty nodal metaplasia in the neck occurs as a result of chronic inflammation or radiotherapy 3. The normal fatty nodal hilum enlarges, such that ...”
  • Adult cervical lymphadenopathy (differential) - “ Cervical lymphadenopathy in an adult can result from a vast number of conditions. They include: malignancy metastases  from head and neck tumou...”

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