A child was brought to E/D with complaint of sudden onset swelling over right side neck region. His parents told that he had an episode of fever yesterday night, but no medications taken as of now. Is it Mumps?

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Swelling under mandible is diffuse unspecified There is lesion on parotid region which looks septic D/d infected ulcer with submandibular lymphadinitis 2 scrub TYPHUS as there is h/o fever earlier

Thanx dr Sandeep S
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Looks like Rt Submandibular Lymphadenopathy With Abscess. May be Scrub Typhus Rx. Moxikind CV syp. Ibugesic plus syp. Antibiotic inj.if needed. If devoloping fully pus surgically drain.

IT'S A..CASE OF.. SWELLING NECK.. ? ABSCESS.. ? LYMPHADENOPATHY.. ? PAROTITIS.. NEED'S.. * HEMOGRAM.. * FNAC .. * USG STUDY..

Mumps/ there seems to be furuncle over cheek,& the swelling may be due to cellulitis c sub mandibular lymphadenopathy also.

Thanks dr.sabista naaz
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SUGGESTIVE OF VIRAL PAROTITIS MUMPS.. SUB MANDIBULAR LYMPHADENOPATHY.. WITH INFECTED. ULCER DD SCRUB TYPHUS

DD Scrub typhus Parotitis Submandibular abscess Ludwig angina

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