A cervical Abscess is an accumulation of pus in the neck. As a Cervical Abscess develops, the pus spreads in between different spaces of the neck creating a cavity, expands, and pushes out on the throat, tongue, or windpipe. A Cervical Abscess occurs as a result of an infection such as a cold, tonsillitis, or sinus or ear infection. Cervical Abscesses are most often treated using antibiotics or by draining it with a needle.
Cervical Abscess Bioinformatics Tool
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