Objective:Tuberculosis is an important infectious disease which can involve respiratory system and other organs. Lymph nodes are common site for tuberculosis involvement.
Clinical Presentation and Intervention:We report a 30 year old male patient with a draining sinus on neck and lymphadenopathies in the inguinal region. He was improved by a standard medical therapy after being documented with a suggestive pattern for tuberculosis by lymph node biopsy.
Conclusion:cervical Lymph adenopathy is a presentation of tuberculosis. Extra pulmonary tuberculosis should be ruled out via Para clinic studies. Lymph-node biopsy is helpful in this era.
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