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symptoms of mucocele cancer
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Dr. Robert Douglas answered
51 years experience Orthodontics
See your dentist: Your dentist will be able to identify a mucocele or biopsy any suspicious lump.
Excisional biopsy: For persistent bump on the lip or other oral lesions, excisional biopsy should be performed to rule out neoplastic change or cancer.
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Any time: Any time there's risk of cancer there's reason for concern. That said, sounds like your Oral Surgeon has thins well in hand. Follow his/her advice.
Dr. Ed Friedlander answered
44 years experience Pathology
Stop worrying: this may be an old forgotten minor injury. Get a second pathologist to take a look if there is no clear diagnosis
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Dr. Ronald Ward answered
Specializes in ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
Hard palate mass: Need to see ENT for evaluation and biopsy. CT scan indicated with and without contrast. Mucocoeles do not occur there with any frequency
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Dr. Robert Stachler answered
31 years experience ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
Eye pain after sinus: Make sure you are on your Flonase regularly two times a day 2 sprays and you will be fine. You need more time. Any vision problems ? If so get check ... Read More
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