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Differenzialdiagnose zervikofazialer lymphonodulärer Erkrankungen

  • A.-A. Dünne
  • J. A. Werner
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Zusammenfassung

Die unspezifische Lymphadenitis ist die häufigste benigne Lymphknotenerkrankung, die damit naturgemäß an erster Stelle aller Differenzialdiagnosen zur Lymphknotenvergrößerung steht. Vielfach kann die Diagnosestellung einer Lymphadenitis bereits durch die Anamnese gebahnt werden. So sprechen druckdolente Lymphknoten im Abflussgebiet entzündlicher Läsionen für eine Lymphadenitis. Die klassische unspezifische Lymphadenitis allerdings bezieht sich viel häufiger auf das Kindes- und Jugendalter.

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