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BCG induced axillary lymphadenitis

2 and half months old male child presenting with anterior axillary swelling since 7 days . BCG given immediately after birth. Child is also having congenital cataract . Is it BCG lymphadenitis or some other pathology. Opinion please

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That looks like BCG lymphadenitis/absess.... Baby also looks grossly malnourished, do further investigation for TB disease also..

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Due to BCG vaccination.

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Non specific lymphadenitis....do PSS a d Lymphadenitis...if no constitutional symptoms observation is the choice

Yes BCG adenitis.

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bcg adenitis

? BCG lymphadenitis

Thanks Dr Ali.
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BCG LYMPADINITIS.

2 MONTHS CHILD HAVING CONG CATRACT WITH ANT AXILLARY SWELLING

Bcg Ltmphadenitis

BCG Lymphadenitis,FNAC, Aspiration & Antibiotics

Yes..Bcg lymphadinitis

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