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Sialolithiasis resulting in Sialoadenitis

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Sialolithiasis resulting in Sialoadenitis

History: Hx not provided

Ddx: Sialolithiasis resulting in Sialoadenitis

Exam: Physical exam not provided

No MeSH data available.


4-5 mm calcified stone in the expected region of the right submandibular gland duct. There is a small surrounding focal fluid collection. The right submandibular gland is enlarged in comparison to the left side. The left submadibular gland is normal. There is normal symmetric appearance to the parotid and sublingual glands. Vascular structures are normal. There is no pathologic by size adenopathy in the neck. Osseous structures are normal.
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MPX1120_synpic24332: 4-5 mm calcified stone in the expected region of the right submandibular gland duct. There is a small surrounding focal fluid collection. The right submandibular gland is enlarged in comparison to the left side. The left submadibular gland is normal. There is normal symmetric appearance to the parotid and sublingual glands. Vascular structures are normal. There is no pathologic by size adenopathy in the neck. Osseous structures are normal.


Sialolithiasis resulting in Sialoadenitis

Patterson RAP - MedPix

4-5 mm calcified stone in the expected region of the right submandibular gland duct. There is a small surrounding focal fluid collection. The right submandibular gland is enlarged in comparison to the left side. The left submadibular gland is normal. There is normal symmetric appearance to the parotid and sublingual glands. Vascular structures are normal. There is no pathologic by size adenopathy in the neck. Osseous structures are normal.
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MPX1120_synpic24332: 4-5 mm calcified stone in the expected region of the right submandibular gland duct. There is a small surrounding focal fluid collection. The right submandibular gland is enlarged in comparison to the left side. The left submadibular gland is normal. There is normal symmetric appearance to the parotid and sublingual glands. Vascular structures are normal. There is no pathologic by size adenopathy in the neck. Osseous structures are normal.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Sialolithiasis resulting in Sialoadenitis

History: Hx not provided

Ddx: Sialolithiasis resulting in Sialoadenitis

Exam: Physical exam not provided

No MeSH data available.