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Head and Neck ConditionsDr Jamal Hamdi
1- Thyroid and Parathyroid2-Lymp Nodes Enlargement 3-Salivary Glands Swellings 4-Congenital Swellings 5-Other Conditions
Lymph Nodes Enlargement:1-Lymphoma 2-Metastasis 3-Acute Infection 4-Chronic Infection 5-Part of general L.N Enlargement
Pediatrics: Perioperative ProblemsFigure 1. Cervical lymph nodes Cervical lymph nodes can be classified into six levels (inset) on the basis of their location in the neck.
Salivary Glands: Parotid Submandibular Sublingual
Submandibular Stones:Symptoms Signs Investigations Treatment
Submandibular SialitisAcute Bacterial Parotitis Viral Parotitis Chronic Parotitis Abscess
Salivary Gland tumors:Pleomorphic Adenoma: Clinical Features Treatment Complications:Salivary Fistula Frey’s Syndrome
Adenolymphoma: Clinical Features Treatment
Malignant Tumors: Adenocystic Carcinoma Acinic Cell CarcinomaSquamous Cell Carcinoma
Autoimmune Disease: Mikulicz’s Syndrome Sjogren’s Syndrome
Congenital Swellings:Branchial Cyst Branchial Fistula Cystic Hygroma Sternomastoid Tumor Thyroglossal Cyst
Carotid Body Tumor Pharyngeal Pouch
Anatomy & Pathology of the Thyroid
Adult Neck Masses Justin Dumouchel 9/14/05.
HEAD AND NECK.
Throats October “Failure to examine the throat is a glaring sin of omission, especially in children. One finger in the throat and one in the rectum.
EDWARD WEISBERGER MD OTOLARYNGOLOGY/HEAD AND NECK SURGERY INDIANA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER.
ORAL LESION Prof. Hesham Saad. Objectives Inflammatory & reactive conditions - Candidiasis - Herpes simplex - Aphthous ulcer - Pyogenic granuloma - Epulis.
Neck Swelling Differential Diagnosis
Indications for adjuvant radiation therapy with or without lymph nodes in salivary gland cancer Claus Rödel Department of Radiation Therapy University.
A lump in the neck. Case 1 A 55yr old man presents to his GP with a progressively enlarging lump at the side of his neck by his jaw. What are the possible.
M K ALAM ALMAAREFA COLLEGE
SIGNIFICANCE OF HISTORY AND EXAM
Disorders of the salivary glands
HEAD AND NECK. Oral Cavity Teeth and supporting structures Caries Gingivitis Periodontitis Inflammatory/ reactive tumor-like lesions Fibrous proliferative.
Endocrine Pathology. Pituitary Gland Anterior Pituitary Anterior Pituitary HORMONS ?? Posterior Pituitary Posterior Pituitary HORMONS ??Diseases Non-neoplastic.
Neck masses in children Block 12 – Head and Neck 2012 Dr EW Müller.
Neck Anatomy : Neck muscles
Salivary Glands Disorders
Salivary Gland Tumors.
Salivary Glands Three paired glands Parotid; largest of the major salivary glands Two Lobes divided by facial nerve Submandibular gland Deep to mylohyoid,
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