These enlarged lymph nodes are very common in babies of this age.In the vast majority of cases no cause can be found as to why they become enlarged in this area. There have usually been no scalp infections to account for their presence. These nodes are called 'benign occipital lymphadenopathy of infancy'. The nodes will eventually disappear by themselves.
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