Enlarged lymph glands in self-harm

Enlarged lymph glands in self-harm

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Caption: Enlarged lymph glands in self-harm. Close-up of the groin of a 36-year-old male patient showing enlarged lymph glands (lymphadenopathy) following self-harm through burns to legs. Lymphadenopathy is commonly caused through infection (as is most likely here), autoimmune diseases or cancer.

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