Dentistry Parotitis

Case report parotid Abscess: An Unusual Cause of Facial Nerve PalsyCase report parotid Abscess: An Unusual Cause of Facial Nerve Palsy
A literature review revealed only 16 cases of facial nerve palsy associated with suppurative parotitis or parotid abscess were reported. We present a case of parotid abscess which is complicated by facial nerve dysfunction. Parotitis
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Mumps What is mumps?Mumps What is mumps?
Mumps is a disease caused by a virus. Mumps is best known for the facial and jaw swelling that can be caused by the virus. Parotitis
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Parotitis : Parotitis is inflammation of any of the salivary glands. EtiologyParotitis : Parotitis is inflammation of any of the salivary glands. Etiology
A vitaminosis a often appears to be a predisposing cause. Local suppurative lesions are caused usually by penetrating wounds or extension from a retropharyngeal cellulitis or lymph node abscess. Parotitis
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What are the cdc’s routine recommendations for mumps vaccine?What are the cdc’s routine recommendations for mumps vaccine?
Children should get 2 doses of mmr or Measles, Mumps, Rubella, and Varicella (mmrv) vaccine. Parotitis
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IdentificationIdentification
As many as 40%–50% of mumps infections have been associated with respiratory symptoms, particularly in children under 5 years. About one-third of exposed susceptible people have inapparent infections; most infections in children under 2. Parotitis
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Adult Disease : Parotitis (Mumps) – Paramyxoviral disease Who is at risk?Adult Disease : Parotitis (Mumps) – Paramyxoviral disease Who is at risk?
Common complaints: Painful, swollen salivary glands, usually parotid and overlying facial edema. Swelling and tenderness of submaxillary and sublingual glands are variable. Orifice of Stensen’s duct may be red and swollen. Parotitis
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Germ infectionGerm infection
The saliva produced comes out of a tiny opening. Parotitis
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Case report parotid abscess: an unusual cause of facial palsyCase report parotid abscess: an unusual cause of facial palsy
Anil Kumar V. R, Kulkarni S. V, Narayana Subramaniam. “Parotid abscess: an unusual cause of facial palsy”. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2013; Vol2, Issue 32, August 12; Page: 6080-6083. Parotitis
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