A 28-year-old male asked:
Soft 1.5x0.6cm left groin lymph node since 3 years (was 25 when found). 3 ultrasounds no change. past - genital skin rashes and genital boil.
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Internal Medicine 60 years experience
Sounds like: that genital "boil" or infection spread to that lymph node and REACTIVE processes (The lymph node being the "first line of defense against this infection) has occurred leading to resolution and FIBROUS tissue. This leaves a lymph gland which is going to be "around for a while". Hope this helps
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