How Come The Lymph Node Surgery Was Not Sutured?
After the lymph node operation, but why isn’t it hooked, just a bandage?
Hello Rifky, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Swollen lymph nodes are conditions where lymph nodes become enlarged due to a reaction to the number of immune cells produced by the lymph nodes to fight substances that harm the body. Swollen lymph nodes can be triggered by infections, diseases of the immune system or cancer. Therefore, the treatment will depend on the trigger itself.
Suturing the wound depends on the size of the incision (skin incision) during surgery. It could be that surgery is done by making a small incision so that no stitches are made on the wound.
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