Hyperplasia of the lymph nodes (in the sense of an increase in their size) is a response to infection in diseases such as strepto- or staphylococci caused by lymphadenitis, rubella, chicken pox, and infectious hepatitis.
Inflammation of the lymph nodes under the armpit usually occurs against the background of an infection in the body. Usually lymph nodes return to normal after a while, when the source of infection is eliminated.
Lymphadenitis in children is a disease that is expressed in the inflammation of the lymph nodes. Lymph nodes are part of the immune system, they are one of the first to react to inflammatory processes in the body, while increasing in size.
An enlarged lymph node in the neck is one of the consequences of a cold or an acute viral infection that affects the airways. Because of this, the lymph nodes in the neck become inflamed and increase in size. Let's look at the causes of lymph node enlargement in the neck and methods for their treatment.
The antioxidant system includes antioxidants that inhibit autooxidation at the initial stage of lipid peroxidation (tocopherol, polyphenols) or reactive oxygen species (superoxide dismutase - SOD) in membranes.
Primary immunodeficiency - congenital disorders of the immunity system associated with genetic defects of one or more components of the immunity system, namely cellular and humoral immunity, phagocytosis, complement system.