This looks like galls produced by nematodes...not the beneficial kind. The best thing to do is GET RID OF ALL SOIL AND PLANT MATERIAL SOAK POT IN BLEACH. These nematodes are microscopic. Carefully put the plant, soil and everything in a plastic bag. You don't want it to infect or move to your other plants. There are cool beneficial nematodes but it is usually a NON beneficial nematode that causes these swellings on the roots. Then root rot is part of the course. Don't try to save this plant. This is one more reason to use sterilized potting soil sweetie. Just ONE bad dude can proliferate and become a fatal problem in a pot. No controls.
Fungicide won't do anything for this problem, this is a nematode not a fungus. Fungus will of course take its part down the road. GET RID OF EVERY BIT of soil, plant material and if you want to use that pot again, soak it in a heavy bleach solution for half an hour. Don't rinse just allow to dry.
Dang I hate to say wish you could've found sterilized potting soil...and I hope this isn't in the soil your other plants reside. EEuuuww. Try a specimen microscope (costs $14) you should have one anyway. At 40X and illuminated (comes with the specimen microscope...great gift for kids...and adults) you should be able to see them. Did you get all of your soil from the same place?
Need to check this out before any other treatments. You need to see this world at the microscopic level to determine exactly what you've got. Go get this soil TESTED for nematode. To be on the safe side, get rid of that soil and plant and sterilize pot. Meanwhile find a way to SEE whether or not I am right or wrong.
I have one of those specimen microscopes and I adore the thing. Imagine two 1/2" cylinders, 6" long, comes with a illuminating bulb and focus dial. When you pull the two cylinders apart the light comes on and you can see 40X better!
4K could you have TRIED to have a huger range of plant problems? Sometimes a little knowledge is a dangerous thing but this is how we all learned. There is no gardener alive or has lived before that didn't go through hell to learn this stuff. Congratulations? Grins. I hope I am wrong...very possible! But get rid of that plant and soil!!