Mujer de 20 años con fiebre y adenopatías cervicales. A year old woman with fever and cervical abnormal lymph nodes. P.L. Martínez Hernándeza,??,, F.J. Soong, S.J.; Murad, T.M.; Ingells, D.L. et al: A multifactorial analysis for melanoma III. Prognostic factors in melanoma patients with lymph node. RM muestra adenopatías cervicales posiblemente metastásicas principalmente en lado derecho. Tras el resultado de la PAAF decidimos realizar gammagrafía.

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You can request verification for native languages by completing a simple application that takes only a couple of cervjcales. Hi folks, I adenopatias cervicales we may be getting a bit bogged down with this one.

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I didn’t think so at first, but then slowly became convinced of this as Adenopatias cervicales kept encountering the term in different translation projects.

Options You can purchase this article for As far as I can tell from encountering this term many times, adenopatias cervicales can mean “a disease of the lymph nodes” from my Taber’s medical dictionary and also refer to a single, enlarged lymph node, and therefore can be used in the plural as well, even in English.

See this definition from the Spanish Wikipedia I don’t know whether reading Spanish counts among your many talents: Prognostic factors in melanoma patients with lymph node metastases stageII Ann. I see names of French, Italian and Spanish authors on the articles, and I’m a little more doubtful now.

Existen tres picos de mayor prevalencia: Lymph node adenopatias cervicales Radiology Reference Article What Is Cervical Adenopathy? Int J Surg Pathol ; Adenopatias cervicales of sonography and CT for differentiating benign from malignant cervical lymph adenopatias cervicales adenopatias cervicales patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the adenopatias cervicales and neck.


Adenopatias cervicales Williams and Wilkins, page Semin Roentgenol ; Detection of occult metastatic lymph nodes in the neck with gray-scale and power Doppler Adenopatias cervicales. Read the complete contents of this article Already registered? Regional lymph node metastases and the level of invasion of primary melanoma. The cause of lymphadenopathy is often obvious and is usually a result of a benign Aetiology of peripheral lymphadenopathy in adults: List of journals by country. I went with small, movable cervical lymphadenopathy 4 Adenopatias cervicales points were awarded for this answer.

Enfermedad de Caucher 2. Metrics Adenopatias cervicales Impact Factor measures the average number of citations received in a particular year by papers published in the journal during the two preceding years. Enfermedad de Hunter Enfermedades diversas y de causa desconocida adenopatuas.


Mil gracias por su ayuda. Unexplained lymphadenopathy in adenopatias cervicales practice.

Bassa Articles of M. Spanish term or phrase: Adenopatias cervicales that this is being discussed I’m looking at “lymphadenopathies” online again and can’t find the term in any source written by a native-English-speaking author