Precarinal lymph nodes
are located in the precarinal area, which is within the chest cavity around the lungs. A lymph node is a
kidney-shaped organ in the lymphatic system and functions to trap bacterial and cancer cells.
A precarinal lymph node may swell or enlarge due to an infection present in the body or systemic conditions or diseases.
- enlarged lymph nodes for more than two weeks
- long-lasting fever
- weight loss
- night sweats
- redness or inflamed skin over enlarged nodes
Keywords: enlarged precarinal lymph nodes