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Sarcoidosis

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Sarcoidosis

History: 32 year old woman with a 2 year history of slowly growing lump on neck along and progressive shortness of breath. No history of fevers, weight loss or recent illness. Patient had recently undergone dental procedure around time the lump was first noted.

Findings: Significant bilateral neck adenopathy. Confluent left parotid and periparotid nodal mass with largest single node measuring 2.7cm x 1.9cm. Numerous other left level II and III nodes with largest measuring 3.6cm x 2.1cm. Mediastinal and bihilar adenopathy.

Ddx: • Sarcoidosis • Lymphoma • Reactive lymphadenopathy (fungal, etc.) • Catscratch disease • Metastatic carcinoma

Dxhow: Pathology from neck dissection revealing noncaseating granulomas and radiographic findings of adenopathy.

Exam: Sub-mandibular and cervical regions of neck enlarged bilateraly, with left greater than right. Masses were firm, mobile and non-tender. No changes in the skin overlying the masses. Ears/Eyes/Nose/Oropharynx normal. Lungs clear bilateraly. Cardiovascular exam was normal.

No MeSH data available.


Sagittal view demonstrating enlarged superficial/deep cervical and submandibular lymph nodes.
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Sarcoidosis

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Sagittal view demonstrating enlarged superficial/deep cervical and submandibular lymph nodes.
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MPX2450_synpic55651: Sagittal view demonstrating enlarged superficial/deep cervical and submandibular lymph nodes.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Sarcoidosis

History: 32 year old woman with a 2 year history of slowly growing lump on neck along and progressive shortness of breath. No history of fevers, weight loss or recent illness. Patient had recently undergone dental procedure around time the lump was first noted.

Findings: Significant bilateral neck adenopathy. Confluent left parotid and periparotid nodal mass with largest single node measuring 2.7cm x 1.9cm. Numerous other left level II and III nodes with largest measuring 3.6cm x 2.1cm. Mediastinal and bihilar adenopathy.

Ddx: • Sarcoidosis • Lymphoma • Reactive lymphadenopathy (fungal, etc.) • Catscratch disease • Metastatic carcinoma

Dxhow: Pathology from neck dissection revealing noncaseating granulomas and radiographic findings of adenopathy.

Exam: Sub-mandibular and cervical regions of neck enlarged bilateraly, with left greater than right. Masses were firm, mobile and non-tender. No changes in the skin overlying the masses. Ears/Eyes/Nose/Oropharynx normal. Lungs clear bilateraly. Cardiovascular exam was normal.

No MeSH data available.