When lymph nodes are removed, there tends to be swelling in that area. Fluid collects in the tissues and since there are no lymph nodes to remove it,
the swelling is more or less permanent.
It's much more common than you might think, especially around the head and neck.
I loved when his campaign released all his medical records. It was an invite only press release and it lasted only a few hours. In this time the media
members had to search through hundreds of pages without being able to make copies or anything. Hilarious.
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