What Are the Most Common Causes of Lymph Node and Neck Pain?
Cervical lymph is located in the sub-condylar triangle and contains lymph in the palate, the floor of the mouth, and the tip of the tongue. It is injected into the submandibular lymph node and the internal jugular vein diabetic lymph node. The lymphatic tissue of the neck comes from the lymphatic reflux of the nose, sinuses, pharynx, throat, mouth and face.
- Cervical lymph is located
- Judging from clinical manifestations,
- According to the location of the enlarged lymph node, the primary lesion that caused the lymph node enlargement can generally be roughly understood. However, if necessary, special examinations such as X-rays, pathological microscopy, B-ultrasound, and immunohistochemistry should be performed. Western medicine treatment cannot completely cure the disease.
- Acute patients have the characteristics of redness, pain, and heat. They have rapid onset, local tenderness, and the mass subsides after anti-inflammatory. Chronic patients have a long course of disease, are active, have no tenderness, and are often located in the submandibular area.
- It can be primary or secondary to tuberculous lesions in the abdominal cavity, with a long course, swollen lymph nodes in a string-like shape, medium quality, mobility, no tenderness, and adhesion to each other. If caseous necrosis, rupture can form a fistula .
- It is one of the causes of cervical lymphadenopathy. The primary lesions are mostly located in the head and neck, and the mass gradually increases, with hard mass, poor mobility, no tenderness, often unilateral, and bilateral involvement.
- Is a type of lymphoid tissue
- Caused by human immunodeficiency virus invasion, long course of disease, lymph nodes gradually increase, often
- The upper cervical lymph nodes are mostly local lymph nodes of the lymphatic vessels of the head, which are arranged along the junction of the head and neck and are superficially divided into 5 groups:
- (A) Occipital lymph nodes.
- (B) Mastoid lymph nodes.
- Cause neck
- When the body is affected by pathogenic factors, the information is transmitted to the lymph nodes, and lymphocytes produce lymphokines and antibodies, effectively killing the pathogenic factors. The result of the "struggle" between the two is a reactive hyperplasia of lymphocytes and histiocytes within the lymph nodes, which enlarges the lymph nodes.
- Cervical lymphadenopathy is the most common disease in clinical departments, and it is also one of the most frequently examined and diagnosed diseases in the pathology department. The causes of cervical lymphadenopathy are very complex, and sometimes it is difficult to get a clear diagnosis even with a tissue biopsy. Lymph node enlargement is very common. It can occur in people of any age. It can be seen in a variety of diseases, benign and malignant. Therefore, it is very important to pay attention to the cause of lymph node enlargement and to prevent misdiagnosis and missed diagnosis.