Few ENLARGED pretracheal mediastinal lymphnodes ? causes ?

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Differential dx 1 tubercular lymphadenopathy 2 malignant metastatic lymphadenopathy 3 lymphoma 4 nospecific idiopathic lymphadenopathy

Thanx dr Klein Dantis
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TB, sarcoidosis, lymphoma, histoplasmosis and neoplasia are the common causes of mediastinal lymphadenopathy. It may be very difficult to differentiate radiologically one from the other. CT chest usually reveals right-sided adenopathy, and specifically, right paratracheal lymph node enlargement in tuberculosis

* BRONCHOGENIC CARCINOMA.. * TB LYMPHADENOPATHY.. * LYMPHOMA ..

Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir
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Common d/d's are- TB Sarcoidosis Lymphoma Histoplasmosis Neoplasia

Tubercular Lymphoma Leukaemia Bronchogenic carcinoma Chronic lung disease

Sarcoidosis Lymphoma Bronchogenic carcinoma Broncoscopic biopsy HP

Tubercular sarcoidosis lymphoma malignancy

Could be reactive / inflammatory Infective or Neoplastic Etiology. Adv biopsy HPE

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