MLN

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AcronymDefinition
MLNMy Lego Network (website)
MLNMillion
MLNModern Language Notes (literary journal)
MLNMesenteric Lymph Node
MLNMy Linux Network
MLNManage Large Networks
MLNMid Level Network
MLNMultiline Library
MLNMancelona (Amtrak station code; Mancelona, MI)
MLNMulti-Layer Network (computing)
MLNMediastinal Lymph Node (biology)
MLNManage Large Networks (virtual machine administration)
MLNMinor League News (sports)
MLNMaster of Librarianship (degree program)
MLNMission Locale Nord (French: North Local Mission)
MLNMissouri League for Nursing
MLNManagement & Leadership Network (Northern Ireland)
MLNMain Listed Number
MLNManagement List, Navy
MLNMenzel Ledjmat North (Algeria, oil and gas field)
MLNMid-Level Network
MLNMarkovian Language Network
MLNMultihop Lightwave Network
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High-resolution computed tomography findings in patients with systemic sclerosis HRCT Finding Yes No n (%) n (%) Thymic 6 (11.8%) 45 (88.2%) enlargement MLNE 6 (11.8%) 45 (88.2%) Esophagus 45 (88.2%) 6 (11.8%) dilatation Pleural 6 (11.8%) 45 (88.2%) abnormalities Pericardial 4 (7.8%) 47 (92.2%) abnormalities HRCT: High-resolution computed tomography, MLNE: Mediastinal lymph node enlargement, n: Number of patients Table 2.
The three-dimensional conformal radiotherapy covered the esophageal tumor bed and corresponding mediastinal lymph node drainage areas, while the two-dimensional radiotherapy involved the esophageal tumor bed and total mediastinal lymph node drainage area, both using 6 MV X-ray linear accelerator.
Objective review of mediastinal lymph node examination in a lung cancer resection cohort.
18F-FDG PET/CT in mediastinal lymph node staging of non-small-cell lung cancer in a tuberculosis-endemic country: consideration of lymph node calcification and distribution pattern to improve specificity.
Due to high suspicion of malignancy, he also underwent an endoscopic bronchial ultrasound with transbronchial needle aspiration of the inferior mediastinal lymph node which found nonnecrotizing granulomas but did not reveal any malignant cells (Figures 7-9).
A 69-year-old female patient was diagnosed with stage IV C follicular thyroid carcinoma (pT3pN1bM1 20/21) with concomitant lung and mediastinal lymph node metastasis.
The ominous prognosis of mediastinal lymph node metastasis and the improved prognosis following a more aggressive mediastinal clearance while performing pulmonary metastasectomy, for colorectal metastasis in particular, suggest that performing a mediastinal clearance may be justifiable [3, 5], if not favourable.
Agarwal, "Utility and safety of endoscopic ultrasound with bronchoscope-guided fine-needle aspiration in mediastinal lymph node sampling: Systematic review and meta-analysis," Respiratory Care, vol.
Inoue et al., "Additional value of FDG-PET to contrast enhanced-computed tomography (CT) for the diagnosis of mediastinal lymph node metastasis in non-small cell lung cancer: a Japanese multicenter clinical study," Annals of Nuclear Medicine, vol.
There are several reports in the literature of endocardial metastasis, which could be the case in our patient who had disease of the interatrial septum and evidence of mediastinal lymph node involvement 2 months prior to presentation (Figures 1(a)-1(c)) [1, 7].