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arshadeep kaur

  • Insidious in onset.
  • Initially noticed a small peanut sized swelling  which was associated with pain and blood discharge.
  •   Since past 4 months
  • gradually progressed in size & symptoms.
  • Pain radiates to lower jaw and ear.
  • Associated with pus discharge & bad breath.
  • Associated with difficulty in swallowing since 2months.
  • Not associated with fever or any other systemic symptoms.

 

 

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