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Symptoms Of Jaw Cysts
Swollen nodes in neck 4 days then cystic acne onset along jaw line that progress to the point of rupture within 24hrs. No cold symptoms no injuries?
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
I have excrutiating pain in my jaw in front of my ear and have swollen glands behind my ear and neck. The pain seems worse after eating. Could this be a parotid salivary gland blockage or cyst? I don't have a fever or any other symptoms and haven't had a
Sialadenitis: The history is indeed suspicious for parotid infection (parotitis) and/or stone in the parotid duct, but it is not clear exactly what is going on. Other possibilities include neck abscess or lymphadenitis. All of these are pretty high acuity problems that warrant prescription medication treatment. I would consider ENT evaluation, or see your primary. If it's bad, er evaluation is appropriate.See 4 more doctor answers
I had my IUD for 4months and since I've been getting cyst on my head back chest is this a symptom of my IUD.
Probably they are: Not related to each other. See your doctor.
I had a 1.3cm pineal cyst found in may. Lately had funny visual symptoms and head pressure. An opthamologist said the back of my eye looked normal. Does that rule out increased intracranial pressure?
Found a painful cyst just behind the back part of my jaw where it curves upward. Seems to have formed overnight, how should I treat?
Lymph node: Such a finding is not likely to be a cyst. It would almost certainly be a tonsillar lymph node. Enlargement usually indicates that the throat is fighting off infection. If there are no other symptoms then it generally can just be watched. If associated with persistent rapid growth, severe pain, high fever, or severe sore throat, then a medical exam is warranted.
Cyst: Cysts that are not inflamed or infected will typically not hurt or cause pain when they are drained.
My wife (31) has developed a cyst below her jaw / near neck. Nothing was diagnosed in FNAC. Drs are suggesting surgery. Is there any medication
IncystOnExplanation: Without a definite diagnosis it would be hard to pick a specific medication. I presume some kind of radiologic study was done? (CT, MRI?). If fine needle aspirates are inconclusive & there is concern over this "cyst, " then excision is a reasonable option. You could always decide to 'wait & see' what happens- but I'd suggest you discuss this in detail with your doctors. Any doubts? Think: 2nd opinion.
Will I need facial reconstruction after my cyst is removed? Is facial reconstruction necessary for everyone who has a facial or oral disfigurement? I recently discovered I had a benign cyst during a routine physical. Due to the fact that it is in my jaw a
Without: Without knowing the details of your mass, it's really hard to say whether or not you would need reconstruction after your cyst removal surgery. In many cases the reconstruction involves closing the tissue defect that results from removing the original mass. Whether or not the mass itself even needs to be removed depends on what it is. If you're not sure if you want it removed you could consider getting a second opinion from another surgeon.See 2 more doctor answers
If very sore: ; the cyst was big, u may have a fracture. C ur surgeon 2 b sure.
Simple cyst inside, near ear, above jaw. 6.4 mm hurts when pressed, how should it be treated? It has grown a little over the past months.
Found a small, hard, lump on the left side of my face. Feels as if it is attached to my jaw and doesn't move when touched. It isn't painful. Cyst?
Could a cyst appear where the jaw meets the ear, sort of like right under the earlobe. And what exactly is a cyst?
My friend had removed cyst recently from front part of lower jaw the biopsy report indicates it as a keratocyst. Is that dangerous?
Usually not.: Keratocysts are considered benign. Large keratocysts can however cause local bone and soft tissue damage. They also have a tendency to recur if not completely excised. Patients with nevoid basal cell carcinoma sydrome (Gorlin syndrome) may develop multiple keratocysts.
I get under the skin pimple/cysts just under my jaw line. I get about 5 and they last months before disappearing and new ones showing up.
What do you suggest if my friend had removed cyst recently from front part of lower jaw the biopsy report indicates it as a keratocyst are they dangerous please help?
Keratocyst: Odontogenic keratocysts do have a likelihood of recurring, and sometimes this is years afterward. It is pretty rare for these to develop cancer, but that has been reported in a very few cases. Even if it was completely removed, your friend should definitely have longterm continued follow up, to make sure it does not recur. She may want second opinion from a specialist.
Bony cysts: Bony cysts in children can go away on their own. However, they should be monitored because the lower jaw may be weakened.