Lymphadenitis is an acute and chronic inflammatory process of lymph nodes that occur as a result of variety of pathogenic agents. Microorganisms infect the lymph nodes by travelling through the lymphatic flow. Chronic cervical lymphadenitis is caused by a nontuberculosis bacteria such as Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare and Mycobacterium scrofulaceum. As a part of diagnosis of this condition, the lymph nodes are sent for histopathological examination. Tuberculosis lymphadentitis is an extarpulmonary infection that is rarely seen in adults as children are more prone to this disease. These studies are explained in the scholarly articles published in mycobacterial diseases. OMICS International is one of the well-established Open Access publishers in the world. The Group currently running around 500 open access journal that are publishing high quality peer reviewed content in the respective fields. The Pioneer publisher now offering it services in Medicine, Engineering & technology and Life sciences.
Last date updated on June, 2014