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why i have a persisting pain in the left side of my neck and there is a palpable movable lymph nodes in it but there is no swelling its like Peas ?

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Dr. Devin Cunning
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Lymph node

Neck masses are generally infectious, inflammatory, congenital or neoplastic.
Those < 1 cm which are oval and mobile are usually lymph nodes. These may be associated with a recent or past infection. Persistent neck mass should be evaluated by an otolaryngologist (ENT)

In brief: Lymph node

Neck masses are generally infectious, inflammatory, congenital or neoplastic.
Those < 1 cm which are oval and mobile are usually lymph nodes. These may be associated with a recent or past infection. Persistent neck mass should be evaluated by an otolaryngologist (ENT)
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