5yr male child present with pain un abdomen with diarrohea .this is usg report management

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I agree with Dr B.Merugu

Mesenteric lymphadenitis may be tubercular. But in practice usually it is viral. Manage conservately. Rule out tubercular etiology with detailed history, CBC, and montox test.

Non specific lymphadenitis Koch's Lymphoma

Adv x- chest Mx test CBC ESR Stool Routine & culture Review with reports​

I have update esr report ,cxray,montoux is negative, And patient have fever and weightloss history
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Dx : MESENTERIC LYMPHADENOPATHY. NEEDS DETAILED HISTORY & CLINICAL EVALUATION. WORK UP WITH : MX TEST. ESR, CXR. CBNAAT TEST.

If clinically symptoms of fever, decreased appetite,weight loss or fatigue is there...then evaluate with ESR, X chest ,Montoux rest etc... Can do CECT abdomen and sos biopsy for confirmation...

Rule out Koch's Adv cxr montaux test cbc ESR

It seems to b a case of tubercular lymphadenitis . Take detail history . Is there any contact h/o . Most common cause of mesenteric lymphadenitis is yersinia enterocolitica . Do perform cbc,esr,cxr,montoux test. R/o tb.

His father has a history of tuberculosis..and i had advised him cxray ,esr,n mantoux

Gud, now update with reports​
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Mesenteric lymphedenitis Esr mx Hx + St ATT

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