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Sore swelling, about the size of a grape under jaw in my neck.?
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Dr. Peter Kurzweil
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In brief: Lymph or salivary gl
Lymph node most commonly.
This area, due to infections over a lifetime in throat, teeth, ears or nose or facial skin, can be chronically slightly enlarged and be normal. In this area it can also be a salivary gland. If it's an enlarged node, it is likely draining an infection or inflammation from something nearby. If swollen grape and no other symptom, get a good check-up with primary care doc.

In brief: Lymph or salivary gl
Lymph node most commonly.
This area, due to infections over a lifetime in throat, teeth, ears or nose or facial skin, can be chronically slightly enlarged and be normal. In this area it can also be a salivary gland. If it's an enlarged node, it is likely draining an infection or inflammation from something nearby. If swollen grape and no other symptom, get a good check-up with primary care doc.
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