Swollen glands in the neck are commonly lymph nodes that respond to over-the-counter pain relievers, warm compresses and adequate rest, according to Mayo Clinic. The lymph nodes swell when they are fighting an infection,... More »

Glands in the neck become swollen when the patient is suffering from a bacterial infection such as tonsillitis or strep throat, when a tooth infection or mouth sores are present, and as a result of viral infections such ... More »

Swollen lymph nodes, also called lymphadenitis, occur in dogs due to a higher level of white blood cells caused by an infection in the body or a disease of the tissues, according to Vetinfo. There are several causes of s... More »

Swollen lymph nodes commonly cause neck lumps in the glands of the neck, explains MedlinePlus. This is due to viral or bacterial infections, colds or sore throats, according to WebMD. Other causes of neck lumps include c... More »

Swollen lymph nodes in the neck are often caused by viral and bacterial infections such as the common cold and strep throat, according to Healthgrades. The condition can also be a symptom of serious diseases including rh... More »

The Mayo Clinic lists the signs and symptoms of mono as fatigue, sore throat, fever, swollen lymph nodes in the neck and armpits, swollen tonsils, headache and skin rash. Other general symptoms include malaise, or a gene... More »

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Swollen lymph nodes mean that there is something amiss in the body, according to the Mayo Clinic. MedlinePlus explains that the lymph nodes may swell due to an infection, an immune or autoimmune condition, cancer or cert... More »