What is the Dx/Rx

28yrs male c/o Pain n swelling for one week duration on his rt side of neck.no other lymphadepathies noted in his body Chief Complaints Swelling, pain for 0ne week,no fever, no cough with expectoration.Not a kco dm ht asthma History Nil relevant Vitals Afebrile, not anemic Physical Examination 3*3cm firm, mild tenderness+ Investigations SPUTUM AFB NEGATIVE( two samples) HIV NR RBS 97mgs% Diagnosis ?

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Cervical lymphadenitis Antibiotics orally Anti inflammatory analgesics for 10 days then show after that

Cervical lymphadenopathy The current standard of care for patients with acute cervical lymphadenitis is an orally administered, broad-spectrum antibiotic. Clindamycin or trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole should be used to treat patients with suspected MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus).

Cervical Lymphadenitis. ESR/ CBC. FNAC. Antibiotic...

? CERVICAL LYMPHADENOPATHY.. ? CERVICAL ABSCESS.. NEED'S.. HEMOGRAM.. USG STUDY.. FNAC..HPE..STUDY..

It may be posterior triangle abcess,kindly adv MRI neck and FNAC,and manage according to the reports.most likely it could be cold abcess,kindly upload reports

Adv biopsy HPE. Consider possibility of TB Adv HIV test also.

Cervical swelling. Lymph adenopathy. Further evaluation.

5 days of antibiotic first then or if more symptomatic then USG first and try to see kochs related use findings...like calcification,necrosis,matting,vascularity, Keep lymphoma also in mind Biopsy best

I put him on oral antibiotics for a week,still swelling not reduced

28yrs old male

Tnx Sir
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