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Swollen lymph nodes
Does smoking cigarette causes swollen lymph nodes in neck and behind ear?
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Swollen lymph nodes behind the ear can be caused by ear infection, throat infection, infection of the scalp etc. Smoking is unlikely to be cause for post aural lymphadenitis
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