Lymph nodes are an important part of the immune system. Learn about their locations, functions, and what it means if they are enlarged (lymphadenopathy).
Learn about cervical lymph nodes including whether they are affected in lymphoma. Discover diseases that cause swollen cervical nodes, or neck bumps.
Swollen glands are a common concern in children. Find out about lymphadenopathy, its causes, and when enlarged lymph nodes are something serious.
Adenopathy (swollen lymph nodes) can occur in cancer if a malignancy either originates in a lymph node or has spread from another tumor in the body.
Learn about axillary lymph nodes, what these structures normally do, and why you should be concerned if they are swollen or enlarged.
Swollen lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy) are common in people with HIV. Learn when they are an early sign of HIV or a symptom of an opportunistic infection.
Lymph nodes are small structures that house lymphocytes. These become enlarged from many diseases including cancers like lymphoma.
Swollen lymph nodes are often a sign that your body is fighting infection. Learn more about symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment.
A common symptom of HIV is lymphadenopathy, the sometimes painful swelling of lymph nodes caused by HIV itself or an opportunistic infection.
Lymphoma symptoms include fever, excessive sweating, swollen lymph nodes, unintended weight loss, and more. Learn the early warning signs.