Submandibular Lymph Nodes

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Submandibular lymphadenopathy refers to enlarged lymph nodes located beneath the mandible lower jaw . Description. Hot, swollen, tender, supple lymph nodes usually indicate infection and are accompanied by other symptoms. Infectious nodes are frequently swollen, hot, tender, and accompanied by constitutional .

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    The submandibular lymph nodes submaxillary glands in older texts , three to six in number, are placed beneath the body of the mandible in the submaxillary triangle .

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