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Lymphadenitis
Lymphadenitis is swelling in the lymph nodes. It usually presents as one or more enlarged or swollen lymph nodes under the neck, in the armpits, or in the groin. Lymphadenitis is relatively common, and most often indicates presence of bacterial or viral infection. Fungal and parasitic infection can also result in lymphadenitis. Very occasionally, a lymph node may also be swollen as a result of cancerous cells invading the node. This is less common but may be tested if all other symptoms are ruled out.


 
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