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swollen lymph node on back of neck by mari Posted Wed 14 Apr 2010 10:33am Hello, my 4 year old son, Antonio has a swollen lymph node on the back of his neck (right side between hairline and shoulder). I first noticed it in December soon after his pediatrician burned of a molluscum wart he had on his upper back. The burn was about the size of a dime. It blistered and continued to heal. His pediatrician (back in December) ... Read on »
Swollen Lymph Nodes by Tom Plamondon Posted Wed 03 Feb 2010 12:00am When swollen lymph nodes in the neck, above the clavicles (collarbone) or in the axilla (armpit) occur there are a few immediate questions we need to answer. Is there infection occurring in the body? Could lymphoma (a cancer that begins in the immune system lymphocytes) be present or developing? Is there cancer spreading from oth ... Read on »
By now many of you know that I’m... by Kim F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 5:35pm By now many of you know that I’m not only living a life with Multiple Sclerosis,I’m also a ten-year cancer survivor.  The topic of cancer,particularly the battle against the disease, is near and dear to my heart.   So, whatcha doing tonight at 7:30 (EST)?   DVR those favorite television shows, pull a comfy chair up to your computer mon ... Read on »
Raw Food for Health and Swollen Lymph Nodes by Tera W. Patient Expert Posted Wed 30 Nov 2011 10:59pm Raw Food Recipes Raw Food Health Green Smoothies Tera Tidbits Success Stories Raw Food for Women Raw Food for Kids Raw Food for Men Natural Body Care Uncategorized WISH Summit 10 Reasons Why You Should Get a Blendtec Blender Are You Getting Enou ... Read on »
Ever Wonder What the Lymph Nodes do? by WisdomThatHeals Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm Lymph nodes can be found all throughout the body, mainly in clusters along lymphatic vessels but there are a few instances of single nodes. In addition to being clustered, there are certain areas of the body where these clusters are more concentrated together including the neck, armpits, groin and knees. Each Node is a small mass of lymphatic ... Read on »
Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy by Cancer.gov Posted Thu 25 Aug 2011 10:20pm Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy Key Points A sentinel lymph node is the first lymph node(s) to which cancer cells are most likely to spread from a primary tumor. A sentinel lymph node biopsy (SLNB) can be used to help determine the extent, or stage, of cancer in the body. Because SLNBs involve less extensive surgery and t ... Read on »
Raw Recipe: Lymph Cleaning Wild Juice by Tera W. Patient Expert Posted Sun 01 Jun 2014 11:57am Uncategorized Community Sustainability Health & Beauty Communication Personal Organization Tera's Tid Bits Tera's Podcasts Beauté & Santé Ardy: Is cleavers helpful for swollen lymph nodes in the neck area? What is the proper treatment for ... Read on »
Lupus lymph node - a biopsy fire-drill by Sara G. Patient Expert Posted Fri 14 Mar 2014 8:00am A little over a week ago, I recounted the details of my most recent doctor's appointment . To my relief, he put me on CellCept, changed up my prednisone, and altered my plaquenil. It was a busy appointment with a lot of changes...but all moves in the right direction. There was another aspect of the appointment that I haven't blogged about yet, an ... Read on »
I have a swollen lymph node on the inside of my left arm just above my elbow. by mightymouse804 Posted Mon 30 Mar 2009 1:55am 2 Comments It has been there for quite a while (maybe a year) and hasn't changed shape or size. It is slightly tender to the touch but I wouldn't even have known it was there if I hadn't happened upon it one day. The last few days I've been having some numbness in my fingers that comes and goes on that same side. I have also had some joint pain. I know swolle ... Read on »
Fewer lymph node dissections and fewer positive lymph nodes: does it actually matter? by Dr. Arnon Krongrad Medical Doctor Posted Fri 29 Oct 2010 12:00am Surgical removal of samples of the pelvic lymph nodes at the time of radical prostatectomy (RP) known as pelvic lymph node dissection (PLND)  is still the most accurate method available to determine the presence or absence of lymph nodes positive for cancer (pN1 disease) in a patient with cancer of the prostate. Abdollah et al. ... Read on »