Parotid gland tumor is the most common, type of salivary gland tumor. It is a slow-growing noncancerous parotid gland tumor, which gradually increases the size of the gland. Parotid gland tumors often cause painless swelling in the face or jaw, numbness, burning or prickling sensation in the face, unilateral muscle weakness of the face, difficulty in wide opening of the mouth, and difficulty swallowing. Parotid tumor treatment usually requires surgery to remove the tumor. Additional treatments like radiation therapy and chemotherapy are considered if the tumor contains cancer cells.
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What does the MRI report of my nephew having lesions in the submandibular and parotid gland suggest?
Query: Hello doctor,I am sharing an MRI report of my nephew. He has two lesions, one on the submandibular gland and another on the right side of the parotid gland. The report shows the lesion as a well-circumscribed, ovoid in shape, heterogeneously T2 hypointense solid lesion measuring 0.8" (H) x 0.7" (AP)... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. As the biopsy reports are normal, I suggest him the below treatment plan: Hippozaeninum 200, one dose early in the morning on an empty stomach tomorrow and after a week. Asimina Triloba 30 five drops twice a day for 15 days. Sanguinaria canadensis 1M, one dose ever... Read Full »