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a cyst on the underside of the tongue

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Rothera, "Serious neonatal airway obstruction with massive congenital sublingual ranula and contralateral occurrence," Annals of Medicine and Surgery, vol.
Chikazu, "Evaluation of OK-432 injection therapy as possible primary treatment of intraoral ranula," Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, vol.
Aetiology for present case of ranula might be due to intra oral trauma (Misk et al., 2014) during ingestion of coarse grass particles or excessive pressure or blunt injury over the salivary duct (Fubini and Ducharme, 2004) or sialoliths.
(1) The differential diagnoses for the contents are as follows: metastatic disease, lymphoma, adenitis, obstructed submandibular duct, salivary gland tumors, abscess, Ludwig's angina, thyroglossal duct cyst, hemangioma, lymphangioma, dermoid/epidermoid, diving ranula (complex), second branchial cleft cyst (more common in children) (Figure 16).
Redish reported that the placement of a wire suture through the lesion is a method of treatment that may be utilized for ranulas. [8] Morton and Bartley stated that ranula can be treated with the placement of a silk suture into the dome of the cyst.
Treatment of ranula with intracystic injection of the streptococcal preparation OK-432.
Os descritores e expressoes utilizadas durante as buscas nas bases de dados foram: lesoes bucais, lesoes bucais na infancia, alteracoes bucais em pediatria, mucocele, candidose, ranula, gengivoestomatite herpetica aguda primaria, lingua geografica.
Anaesthetic management in a case of huge plunging ranula. Anesth Essays Res 2014; 8: 268-71.
The differential diagnosis of intraoral lipoma includes oral dermoid and epidermoid cysts, oral lymphoepithelial cyst, benign salivary gland tumour, mucocele, benign mesenchymal neoplasm, ranula, ectopic thyroid tissue, and lymphoma.
The clinical differential diagnosis includes ranula, dermoid cyst, thyroglossal duct cyst, ectopic thyroid tissue, pleomorphic adenoma and mucoepidermoid carcinoma, angiolipoma, fibrolipoma and malignant lymphoma.9-11 A histopathologic differential diagnosis appropriate to the oral cavity would include fibrosarcoma if spindle cells are not localized and numerous.12 Other lesions should be also considered: they include schwanoma, myxoidneurofibroma, leiomyoma, nodular fasciitis, myxolipoma, fibrolipoma, malignant fibrous histiocytoma, myxoidliposarcoma, and myxoid solitary fibrous tumor.
The term plunging or cervical ranula refers to mucoceles that extend below the mylohyoid muscle, beyond the sublingual space and invariably are associated with the sublingual salivary gland.
The prevalence of oral Kaposi sarcoma and ranula were increasing in HIV-infected children in Zimbabwe (19).