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Inflammation of Lymph Nodes

Description of the disease

Inflammation of lymph nodes is a condition in which the lymph nodes become inflamed due to infection or other reasons. Lymph nodes play an important role in the immune system, filtering harmful substances and disease-causing microbes, so their inflammation can be a sign of a more serious condition.


  • Acute inflammation
  • Chronic inflammation


Symptoms of inflammation of lymph nodes may include enlargement of nodes, tenderness on touch, redness, and swelling at the site of the lymph nodes.


Inflammation of lymph nodes can be caused by infection, tumors, autoimmune diseases, reaction to medications, and other reasons.


For the diagnosis of inflammation of lymph nodes, a doctor may conduct a physical examination, prescribe blood tests, ultrasound examination, or lymph node biopsy.


Treatment of inflammation of lymph nodes depends on the cause of the disease and may include taking antibiotics, anti-inflammatory drugs, chemotherapy, or surgical intervention.


To prevent inflammation of lymph nodes, it is recommended to maintain a healthy lifestyle, avoid contact with infectious individuals, and observe personal hygiene.


Treatment of inflammation of lymph nodes is carried out by a general practitioner, surgeon, hematologist, or oncologist, depending on the cause of the disease.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.