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Acute lymphadenitis

Acute lymphadenitis is mostly secondary to other sources of suppurative infection. The swelling, pain and tenderness of local lymph nodes caused by the invasion of lymph nodes by suppurative bacteria can be promoted in the initial stage, but in the later stage, multiple lymph nodes adhere into hard blocks and are not easy to promote, resulting in redness and swelling of the surface skin, obvious tenderness, and severe systemic symptoms such as chills, fever and headache. If the treatment is not timely, abscess can be formed, so early detection, early diagnosis and early treatment are the key to the disease.

Symptoms

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