my 7 year old daughter has had huge swollen lymph node on the side of her neck for over 2 years. she has been seeing a ears, nose and throat doctor, they did a ct scan and x-rays on it, and he decided that it needed to surgically removed since it was not going down in size, while she was in surgery in october 2009, he said that when he cut into it, it started bleeding, and that it was full of blood. what is it and how did the miss they miss that in the ct scan and x-ray. just a few weeks ago i had to take her to the childrens hospital to see a specialists and he did an ultrasound on it and said he thinks they can do an injection to help it go down, what is that?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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