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"Doctor, look, I got a bunch up my little boy's neck!" "Doctor aunt, feel my baby's nape, do you feel that bulge?" "Yesterday at the bathroom I noticed that the kid had something on his thigh ... What could it be, I'm so afraid!"How often do I hear this complaint from parents! In childhood, lymph node enlargement is a very common symptom and occurs much more frequently than in adulthood. And - let's face it - these bumps are small most of them do not indicate serious illness. The lymph nodes forms part of the body's defensive system.The lymphocytes that are produced in it are called "Limfocitбk" they are able to recognize intruders, foreign substances dangerous to the body. They then produce antibodies, so they fight them. But for this battle to be truly successful, these cells must proliferate, multiply. The lymph node, when "in action," multiplied its amount of lymphocytes and resting state produces antibodiesand will increase as a result.
Swollen lymph nodes are more common in childhoodThe phenomenon, like the BCG vaccine, shows a more abnormal reaction, though not very often, but in a child. The exact reason is usually not easy to find out. The bacterial strains in the vaccine may have properties that can lead to a more intense reaction, but it may also help to prevent the enlarged lymph nodes. It is a natural phenomenon that dermatitis displaces the increased production of lymphocytes, but sometimes the enlarged lymph node itself becomes inflamed and resolves. In this case, the skin above it turns red, becomes shiny, and the lump becomes softer due to the proliferation of pus inside it: this pus has a painful and feverish appearance. I smelled ointment the baby's shoulder. We agreed not to push the lymph nodes, but they watched the upper lymph node skin look red. In fact, a few days later, they returned to the order with a slight reddening of the lymph node over the skin, a softer bump, and a little, restless baby. I referred to the wound where the pelvis was opened, the pus was removed.
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Three weeks later, the leg was almost completely recovered. And the lymph node disappeared from the bed.