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  1. Musho says:
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  2. Dugis says:
    Cervical mucocele is caused by damage to the mandibular or sublingual salivary glands or their associated ducts. A swelling located on the side or under the neck is most commonly seen. Pharyngeal mucocele typically does not have an external visible swelling as the accumulation is located in the back of throat and will cause breathing difficulty.
  3. Vokasa says:
    A ranula is a mucocele or retention cyst arising from an obstruction in the sublingual glands in the floor of mouth.
  4. Arataxe says:
    An oral mucocele is a harmless, fluid-containing (cyst-like) swelling of the lip or mouth lining (mucosa) due to mucus from the small salivary glands of the mouth leaking into the soft tissue, usually from injury (trauma) or blockage of the gland. A similar lesion, the mucus-retention cyst, occurs from blockage and backup of saliva in the gland.
  5. Kajinos says:
    Dec 27,  · Mucous cysts can appear on the inner surface of your lip or other areas of the body. If you have a smooth, soft lump on the inner surface of your lower lip, on your tongue, or anywhere else inside your mouth, it might be a mucous cyst. Sometimes, mucous cysts can happen on other parts of the body. People also call these cysts “mucoceles.”.
  6. Kajigore says:
    Jul 09,  · It's natural to be a little worried when a new lump or bump forms on your body. If you or your child develops a soft swelling in the mouth, it may just be a mucocele -- a harmless cyst. It's still.
  7. Yonris says:
    A mucocele is a mucous filled structure that typically forms following trauma or obstruction of a salivary gland. Mucoceles develop as a result of disruption of the normal flow of saliva from the gland to the oral cavity. When the duct to the oral cavity has been damaged or obstructed, saliva backs up and accumulates in the surrounding tissues.
  8. Gozshura says:
    Mucoceles are slow growing, cystic, and benign lesions located in the paranasal sinuses. The cyst wall is lined by cubic or pseudostratified epithelia. Mucoceles are thought to occur due to obliteration of the sinus ostia because of inflammation, allergic reactions, tumors, trauma, or sinus operations.

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