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Facial lymph nodes

Facial lymph nodes

a chain of lymph nodes lying along the facial vein that receive afferent vessels from the eyelids, nose, cheek, lip, and gums, and send efferent vessels to the submandibular nodes.

Synonym: nodi lymphatici faciales.

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... and a general feeling of ill health. The lymph nodes draining the affected area may become swollen and ... the nose, throat or sinuses. It can also occur after facial surgery. It is important to seek medical attention ...

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