Doctor, my mother's leg is a little swollen recently, and she urinates a little frequently. Then she went to the hospital and did a lot of projects. What do you mean by obvious strengthening of inguinal lymph nodes? Is it cancer?
According to your description and CT report, it doesn't matter much at present. At present, it is recommended to continue observation of inguinal lymph nodes. Of course, if you are not assured to conduct lymph node puncture biopsy or resection pathological examination to clarify the nature of lymph nodes, it is generally not considered as cancer. If necessary, consult the oncology department of a regular hospital or a general practitioner.
Hello, from the question you asked, I mainly want to know what the enlargement and enhancement of inguinal lymph nodes mean. There are many possibilities to see whether there is local lymph node tenderness. If there is tenderness, it often indicates inflammation. If there is enlargement and tenderness in the re examination, puncture biopsy or excision biopsy is needed when necessary. This is not necessarily cancer
Hello, from your medical history description and picture examination report, first of all, bilateral inguinal lymph nodes are enlarged and strengthened, which does not rule out the possibility of tumor metastasis. In view of the patient's previous cervical cancer surgery, it is recommended that you do lymph node puncture pathological examination to clarify the nature, and recheck the enhanced MRI scanning of abdominal organs if necessary.