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What are the signs and symptoms of mesenteric lymphadenitis?

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With mesenteric lymphadenitis, you might not have any symptoms. But if you do, you might get an upper respiratory tract infection first and then have problems like tenderness or pain, often in the center or lower right side of the abdomen, and a high fever. Other signs and symptoms include:

�Feeling ill

�Loss of appetite

�Fatigue or lack of energy

�Raised white blood cell count

�Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea

From: Mesenteric Lymphadenitis WebMD Medical Reference

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Reviewed by Dan Brennan on June 25, 2019

SOURCES:

Frisch, M. , March 9, 2009. BMJ

Macari, M. , 2002. American Journal of Roentgenology

Lucey, B. March 2005. RadioGraphics,

Doherty, G. , The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 2006. CURRENT Diagnosis and Treatment Surgery: Thirteenth Ed.

DeVirgilio, C. Saunders, 2010. Review of Surgery for ABSITE and Boards: Expert Consult,

Zganjer, M. 2005. Bratisl Lek Listy,

Davenport, M. Feb. 24, 1996. BMJ,

Sikorska-Wisniewska, G. , April-June 2006. Med Wieku Rozwoj

Reviewed by Dan Brennan on June 25, 2019

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