ADENITIS, MESENTERIC & TREATMENT
Definition: What is "Adenitis, Mesenteric"?
Adenitis, mesenteric definition: Mesenteric adenitis is characterized as an inflammation of the mesenteric lymph nodes found in the abdomen. If the inflammation is found in the right lower quadrant, most people would mistake it as appendicitis but is often preceded by sore throat.
Symptoms & Signs
The list of symptoms associated with Mesenteric Adenitis includes abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, swollen abdominal lymph nodes, loss of appetite, malaise, mild fever, headache & other symptoms that is usually associated by viral infection. While this medical condition is often mistaken as appendicitis, a close physical examination will help confirm that it does not share the common symptoms associated with appendicitis
Treatment: How to Treat "Adenitis, Mesenteric"?
Treatment generally include supportive pain & hydration medications. In severe cases, surgical procedure may be administered following a close monitoring & study of the patient's condition eliminate the possibility of appendicitis.
The primary causes of mesenteric adenitis include viral infection, bowel infections, viral bowel infection & mononucleosis.
The important differential for the medical condition such as mesenteric adenitis is acute appendicitis, although clinical picture of this condition can be easily confirmed with the absence of rectal tenderness associated with appendicitis.