What causes inflammation of lymph tissue in the throat?

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Lymph nodes in the throat are cell clusters that are part of the lymphatic system. They are located through the body, and near the under arms and groin area, but are mainly concentrated and present in the throat and neck region. Lymph glands are part of the immune system, lymph tissue consists of white blood cells and antibodies. Inflammation of the lymph tissue in the throat is important to determine other medical conditions. The enlarged throat glands signal an infection.
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