Possible Lymphadenitis Lumps Recur After Completion Of Treatment?
I want to ask, after my 6 year biopsy, my son was declared to have chronic non-specific lymphadenitis, after being given the medicine it had become smaller, if after the treatment was finished, the lump would appear again.
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Limphadenitis is an inflammatory disease of the lymph nodes. Chronic lymph nodeitis indicates that the inflammation process in the lymph node has been going on for a long time. Chronic lymph nodeitis is non specific, meaning that this long-standing inflammation process is caused by an unknown type of bacteria, but not mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria.
This condition can be repeated if the bacteria that causes it is not completely destroyed. Usually occurs in someone who does not regularly take drugs. In addition, lymph nodes can also get infections from other types of germs. For this reason, it is very necessary for children to have good immunity to prevent children from becoming ill easily.
Some ways that can be taken to improve the child's immune system are through nutritious food and vaccinations.
Thus hopefully useful.