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Lump below ear lobe on jawline with fever

My son is four and at the back part of his jaw below his ear lobe he has a hard lump and he couldn t turn his head and has had fever and complains his ear hurt but he pushes on the lump not his ear what could this be
Asked On : Mon, 9 May 2011
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Dermatologist 's  Response
he has infection.
lump is due to enlarge lymphnode.
he has inside ear infection.
better to consult ent doctor
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Pediatrician Dr. Ganesh V Kamath K's  Response
hi, looks like he has an infection- probably in the ear with lymphnode enlargement. Will need a visit to your pediatrician
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General & Family Physician Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani's  Response
Your son is having acute infection in ear leading to spreading to concerned lymph node.this is the reason having fever and severe pain in the ear,
consult your doctor,one course of antibiotic and anti inflammatory medicines will give complete relief.
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