Create issue ticket

62 Possible Causes for Facial Pain, Preauricular Swelling

  • Parotid Duct Obstruction

    pain in the ears Having an abnormal foul taste in your mouth Difficulty in opening your mouth Facial pain Inflammation over the side of your face and upper neck Difficulty[] A swelling on the preauricular and postauricular region of the down-facing (left) side of her head extending to the angle of the mandibula was noted [Figure 1] .[] Mouth or facial pain, especially associated with eating. Decreased mouth opening, difficulty talking. Fever/systemically unwell.[]

  • Furunculosis

    Mycobacterium fortuitum complex are rapidly-growing nontuberculous mycobacteria found ubiquitously in the environment including, water, soil, dust, and biofilms. M fortuitum has been reported to cause skin and soft-tissue infections in association with nail salon footbath use during pedicures. Four cases of M[…][]

  • Pseudogout

    We present a case of a 71-year-old woman who presented with worsening facial pain, trismus, and a large mass in her infratemporal fossa with minimal associated temporomandibular[] In this case, a 56-year-old caucasian male presented with right sided preauricular swelling, temporomandibular joint arthralgia and restricted mouth opening; he developed[] He was diagnosed by the A&E doctor as having a recurrent episode of facial arthromyalgia and was prescribed paracetamol 1 g, codeine phosphate 60 mg and diazepam 5 mg.[]

  • Otitis Media

    […] twitches, or severe ear pain that suddenly ceases (indicating eardrum rupture).[] Septic arthritis of the temporomandibular joint (SATMJ) is an extremely rare disease with characteristic features of preauricular pain, swelling, redness, and malocclusion[] […] hearing loss In addition to pain management, antibiotics are often prescribed.[]

  • Sialolithiasis

    We describe the case of a 37-year-old man who presented with 5 days of worsening unilateral facial pain and swelling.[] Whilst most cases are asymptomatic , some can present with facial swelling and / or facial pain.[] Both types typically present as a painless mass in the gland. 33 Findings that are concerning for malignancy include pain, facial paresis, fixation of the mass to the skin[]

  • Sialadenitis

    Parotitis results in swelling of the face, fever, and facial pain.[] Sialadenitis Symptoms Some of the common symptoms of Sialadenitis include: Facial pain, with pain originating in the entire angle of the jaw or underneath the jaw Tenderness[] Most individuals suffer from a little pain while opening their mouths.[]

  • Oral Submucous Fibrosis

    […] neuralgia, atypical facial pain, atypical odontalgia, bruxism, salivary gland diseases, chronic advanced peridontitis, and viral infection) and pregnant women were excluded[] swelling but may cause considerable diagnostic difficulty.[] ), oral mucosal disorders (burning mouth syndrome, oral lichen planus, and recurrent aphthous stomatitis), and miscellaneous diseases (temporomandibular joint disorders, facial[]

  • Pleomorphic Adenoma

    Freeman is an orthodontist in private practice with an MSc degree in orofacial pain. He is a staff clinician in the Facial Pain Unit of Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto.[] Facial asymmetry was evident due to a diffuse swelling on right lower third of the face in the preauricular region ( Figure 1 ). Skin over the swelling revealed scaring.[] […] nerve palsy Facial pain Breathing difficulty How is Pleomorphic Adenoma of Salivary Gland Diagnosed?[]

  • Polyostotic Fibrous Dysplasia

    Significant correlations were not found for headache/facial pain or recurrent/chronic sinusitis.[] Extraoral examination revealed a diffuse swelling extending anteroposteriorly from preauricular region to nasolabial fold, frontonasal region and superoinferiorly from zygoma[] […] nerve entrapments,[ 4 ] but it usually depends on which bone is involved and consist of: Propetosis, facial pain, vertigo, facial asymmetry, headache, cranial nerve dysfunction[]

  • Temporomandibular Joint Dislocation

    A 71-year-old man was referred to the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Westmead Hospital for investigation of limited jaw movement and facial pain after a cerebrovascular[] Two days after admission, a swelling in the left preauricular region progressed, with thrill and bruit.[] Michael D Martin et al, Intubation Risk Factors for Temporomandibular Joint/Facial Pain, Anesth Prog. 2007 Fall; 54(3): 109–114 2.[]

Further symptoms

Similar symptoms