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339 Possible Causes for Enlarged Submandibular Lymph Gland, Gingival Pain

  • Periapical Abscess

    There are three types of dental abscess: Gingival, periodontal and periapical. Symptoms of dental abscesses include pain, a bad taste in the mouth and fever.[] The patient usually presents with pain and discomfort. Periodontal abscess needs to be differentiated from periapical and gingival abscess.[] In some cases, the pain may radiate to the ear, jawbone, and neck.[]

  • Cervicofacial Actinomycosis

    Cervicofacial actinomycosis is an uncommon indolent infection caused by Actinomyces spp that typically affects individuals with innate or adaptive immunodeficiencies. Soft tissues of the face and neck are most commonly involved. Actinomyces osteomyelitis is uncommon; involvement of the skull base and temporal bone is[…][]

  • Herpes Labialis

    […] or young adults may cause severe stomatitis and pharyngitis with an erosive, painful infection of the buccal mucosa and gums. 2 Primary infections may be associated with pain[] The lymph nodes of the neck may swell and become painful.[] In adults, the primary infection may be limited to a pharyngitis without involvement of the mouth (gingival- stomatitis). 2 Some primary infections are completely asymptomatic[]

  • Herpes Simplex Infection

    The oral lesions in PHG may start as vesicles on the tongue and the buccal and gingival mucosa, and which rapidly rupture to become ulcers.[] Treatment options Individuals with symptoms such as pain, fever, and dehydration may seek treatment ( Amir 2001 ) including rehydration, analgesics and oral lavage.[] The differential diagnosis of primary herpetic gingivostomatitis includes acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis, herpangina, aphthous stomatitis, candidiasis of the mouth[]

  • Sjogren's Syndrome

    Dry mouth may cause an increase in dental decay, gingivitis (gum inflammation), and oral yeast infections (thrush) that may cause pain and burning.[]

  • Carcinoma of the Lower Gum

    Gingivitis ( gum disease) Mandibular torus symptoms are harmless , but the signs are inflammed gums , tender / painful gums in place of growth, receeding gumlines , and loose[] In the early stages, neither tend to be painful. Areas of redness can be connected to either cancer or gingivitis, but the redness can go unnoticed between the two.[] These are all symptoms of advanced deterioration or gingivitis – and not the symptoms of mandibular torus .[]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), also known as human herpesvirus 4, is a member of the herpes virus family. It is one of the most common human viruses. EBV is found all over the world. Most people get infected with EBV at some point in their lives. EBV spreads most commonly through bodily fluids, primarily saliva. EBV can[…][]

    Missing: Gingival Pain
  • Epulis

    Pain may occur secondary to trauma. Histologically, the fibroma may show the additional focus of calcification, foci of cementicles.[] Signs and symptoms related to gingival enlargement are seen within 2-4 mo of initiation of drug intake. Usually at the initial presentation there is no pain.[] Leukemic gingival enlargement: a report of two cases. Arch OrofacSci. 2010; 5 :69–72. [ Google Scholar ] 40.[]

    Missing: Enlarged Submandibular Lymph Gland
  • Herpes Simplex Virus 1 Infection

    Infected cell protein 0 (ICP0) of herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1) is an immediate early protein containing a RING-type E3 ubiquitin ligase. It targets several host factors for proteasomal degradation and subsequently activates viral expression. ICP0 has a nuclear localization sequence and functions in the nucleus early[…][]

    Missing: Gingival Pain
  • Aphthous Stomatitis

    […] erythema · Preceding fever and mucosal vesicles Varicella zoster virus · Extraoral and intraoral ulcers · Unilateral distribution · Prodrome of pain and burning · May cause[] Vincent stomatitis Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis. Aphthous stomatitis A specific type of stomatitis presenting with shallow, painful ulcers.[] The erosive form manifests as zones of tender erythema and painful ulcers surrounded by peripheral white, radiating striae ( Figure 9A ).[]

    Missing: Enlarged Submandibular Lymph Gland

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