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Sorry it has taken so long to answer your question. This actually is good news since the mandibular lymph nodes do drain areas of the mouth and any infection can get caught up in them causing inflammation and possibly infection. The fact that they have decreased in size tells us that this is probably not Lymphoma which would be a very bad condition for your guy. If for some reason, they continue to be large, it is best to biopsy so you know for sure.Does that make sense to you?
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