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Originally posted by Salanthus
of course the implants could just be like tags to mark certain people for different potential as in different places for differing potential
Originally posted by mrsdudara
Well Im not sure if it is what you all are talking about, but my son had that. The weird bump behind the ear and sometimes he has a line of them on his neck that will pop out. Its kind of like a little ball that moves around a bit. Well, took him to the Dr about it and found out it was his lymph nodes. They get more noticable if he is fighting off a bug of some sort.
Hope that helps.
[edit on 7-12-2005 by mrsdudara]
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Diagnosing and Treating Hodgkin's Lymphoma - If you have symptoms suggesting lymphoma, your doctor will perform a complete physical evaluation. During this examination, the doctor will look for swollen lymph nodes under the chin, in the neck and tonsil area, on the shoulders and elbows, under the arms, and in the groin and check for fluid in your chest or abdomen that could be caused by swollen lymph nodes. Physicians also check the abdomen to see whether any internal organs are enlarged, especially the spleen.
Swelling. When the lymph nodes in the body swell and cause the skin to bulge out, the cause may be Hodgkin’s disease. The swollen lymph nodes may hurt after drinking alcohol. The most common areas for swelling are the neck, shoulders (below and above the collarbone), and underarms. If the swelling happens in the neck, the lymph nodes can cause coughing, shortness of breath, and difficulty swallowing. The body also has lymph glands inside the chest, which are not visible from the outside even when swollen. This may cause coughing.
Hemochromatosis is an inherited disorder of excessive body accumulation of iron. It is common among the white population, affecting approximately 1 in 400 individuals of European ancestry. Hemochromatosis patients are believed to absorb excessive amounts of iron from the diet. Since the human body has limited ways of eliminating the absorbed iron, the iron accumulates over time in the liver, bone marrow, pancreas, skin, and testicles. This accumulation of iron in these organs causes them to function poorly.
With particularly heavy iron overload, visible iron deposits sometimes appear in the skin as a grayish discoloration.