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a 10 year old boy,came to opd complaining of swelling under tongue, identify the cause

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yes...its ranula...thank u everyone:)
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SUGGESTIVE. Of RANULA
Ranula. A ranula is a mucus extravasation cyst involving a sublingual gland and is a type of mucocele found on the floor of the mouth. Ranulae present as a swelling of connective tissue consisting of collected mucin from a ruptured salivary gland caused by local trauma. Rnulas occur after trauma to the floor of the mouth (like an oral surgery). An injury can damage the ducts that move saliva from the salivary gland into the mouth, causing a blockage.
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Sublingual cystic swelling is RANULA Rx excision
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Submucous cyst/ Ranula Adv Surgical excision
Renula dd vascularcyst, Mucocele.
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Ranula .Adv-surgical enucleation.
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Mucocele Surgical excision
It's a case of ranula,
Dx Ranula Excision
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Ranula Mucocel
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