Bacteria responsible for lymph node enlargement are rarely isolated by culture.
What does LNE stand for?
LNE stands for Lymph Node Enlargement
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of LNE
We have 24 other meanings of LNE in our Acronym Attic
- Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften (German)
- Lange Nacht Des Zockens (German: Long Night of Zockens; video game event)
- La Nueva Esperanza (Spanish: The New Hope)
- Laboratoire National d’Essais (Paris, France)
- Late Net Entry
- Leefmilieu Natuur en Energie (Dutch: Environment, Nature and Energy; Belgium)
- Lexis-Nexis Europe
- Lincoln Northeast High School (Lincoln, Nebraska)
- Local Network Element
- Local Notes Extractor (C.P. Bourg, Inc.)
- Ligue Nationale des Etudiants Algériens (French: National League of Algerian Students)
- Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil (Portuguese: National Laboratory for Civil Engineering)
- Learning Needs and Evaluation Center (University of Virginia; Charlottesville, VA)
- Lions Nature Education Centre (Hong Kong)
- Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science (International Association of Engineers)
- Luoyang Northern Enterprises Group Co., Ltd. (motorcycle production; China)
- Leeds North East Homes (UK)
- Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems (book)
- Low-Noise Emission Product
- Liquid Neutral Earthing Resistor (electricity)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In our setting tuberculous lymphadenitis/HIV-related lymphadenopathy remains a relatively common cause for lymph node enlargement and can very often reliably be diagnosed by FNA.
The chief complaint of these patients was a painless submental lymph node enlargement.
The common features include generalised lymph node enlargement (Figure 1), which is present in very nearly all cases, and splenomegaly (Figure 2), which was present in all patients who had a spleen in situ, whilst hepatomegaly was a less universal finding present in 75-85% of patients [11,13].
Itching is the commonest symptom, caused by bites that may become infected with Staphylococcus aureus, with localised lymph node enlargement.
All 42 patients presented with inguinal lymph node enlargement.