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Paediatric consultation. A doctor examines the glands in the neck of a young girl to check for swelling. The doctor is wearing a white lab coat and has a stethoscope around his neck. Swollen glands are a very common symptom and usually caused by minor infection such as tonsillitis. However, in rare cases they may be indicative of a more serious disorder such as Hodgkin's disease.
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