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Excellence in Physical Exam Series | The Neck

Mike Weinstock, MD and Jesse Nichos, DO
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Lymphadenopathy of the neck may lead to a diagnosis of cancer or infection, based on the location.  Etiology of jugular venous distension includes heart failure, pulmonary hypertension, superior vena cava obstruction, and pericarditis/pericardial effusion. Thyroid nodules may be benign or malignant.  NEXUS criteria for c-spine injury may avoid unnecessary radiation of the cervical spine. Consider meningitis in the patient with fever and a headache even if they do not exhibit nuchal rigidity.

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