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    Angel1977 posted:
    I have a score gland on my right side of my neck. But I dont have a ear ache are a score throat. I was wonder what is cause this.
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    Rod Moser, PA, PhD responded:
    I am assuming you mean a "sore" gland....or lymph node (there are both types in your neck). As much as I would like to help you, your brief posting is not sufficient for me to narrow down the many, many possibilities. You will need to see your medical provider -- someone who can take a thorough medical history, and more importantly, someone who can actually examine your neck to determine the nature of this gland.


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