Differential diagnosis of submandibular sialolithiasis.
|Diagnosis||Major clinical features|
|Abcessed tooth||The tumefaction is linked to the internal alveolar ridge|
|Cervical lymphadenopathy||History of cutaneous/mucosal infection or injury|
|External compression of the duct||Presence of an overdenture|
|Benign salivary tumour||Ranula|
|Calcified lymph node||Radiographic exploration (CT Scan)|
|Malignant tumour||Signs of malignancy (induration, paresthesia, lymphadenopathy)|
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