Cervical lymphadenopathy is an abnormal swelling or enlargement of the lymph nodes in the neck. Lymphadenopathy can be caused by a bacterial or viral infection, malignancy or an autoimmune disease. More »

Cervical cancer is typically caused by a sexually-transmitted virus called human papillomavirus, according to WebMD. Abnormal changes among cervical cells can also lead to cervical cancer, but the occurrence is rare. More »

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Any condition that interrupts the regular flow of neural impulses through the body's spinal cord, such as trauma, inflammatory disorders, autoimmune disorders and viral processes, can cause cervical myelopathy, according... More »

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Reactive lymphoid hyperplasia, or reactive lymphadenopathy as it is sometimes referred to, is an enlargement of the lymphoid tissue due to stimulation by antigens, according to the University of Virginia School of Medici... More »

Chest lymphadenopathy is an abnormality in the size or characteristics of the lymph nodes in the chest, says American Family Physician. It occurs when inflammatory or otherwise unhealthy cells enter the lymph nodes. More »

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Lymphadenopathy refers to the enlargement of lymph nodes, and the subcarinal region is found directly below the trachea, where it branches off into the left and right side. The subcarinal region is part of the mediastinu... More »

According to Healthline, an armpit lump is likely an enlargement of one or more lymph nodes under the arm. The most common, easily treated causes include bacterial infections, allergic reactions to deodorants, viral infe... More »

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