What Causes Swollen Temples?

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Swollen Temples is caused by the muscles being over exercised and protruding, the good example is the arms of a body builder. For more information visit this web sites www.justanswer.com/.../1cvtf-cause-swelling-around-temple- www.medicalfaq.net/...cause...swollen_temples..._/ta-115040 www.medicinenet.com › ... › swollen lymph nodes article.
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