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superficial acute lymphadenitis and lymphangitis

Lymphadenitis and lymphangitis are acute suppurative infections caused by pathogen invading lymphatic flow, which can occur in any part of human body. Superficial acute lymphadenitis is mostly located in the neck, armpit and groin, and some can occur at the medial elbow or popliteal fossa. Bacteria invade lymph space through damaged skin, and then cause lymph nodes and lymphatic vessels...



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