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217 Possible Causes for Halitosis, Neck Mass

  • Malignant Neoplasm

    Tumors usually present as asymptomatic, slowly growing masses. Histologically, there are both epithelial and stromal components.[] Chondroid syringoma, or mixed tumor of skin, is an uncommon sweat gland tumor most often seen in the head-and-neck region of patients in the sixth or seventh decade.[]

  • Pharyngitis

    Chronic tonsillitis is less well defined but may present with chronic sore throat, halitosis, malaise, and coughing up of cryptic debris.[] In rare cases, excessive drooling, inability to open the mouth, stiff neck, large neck mass, or bulging of the tonsil or surrounding tissues.[] Two days later he complained of right-sided neck pain and a palpable mass was identified.[]

  • Sinusitis

    The mass was identified as a fungal ball. He underwent surgical excision for the nasal mass and the neck lymph node.[] Sometimes the patient may also have a fever, muscular pain and halitosis (foul smelling breath).[] […] sinusitis include increased pressure in the sinuses, anosmia (loss of smell), worsening of nasal congestion, thick discolored nasal discharge, fatigue, development of fever, halitosis[]

  • Carcinoma of the Larynx

    Dysphonia which will gradually develop into aphonia, dysphagia, dyspnea, aspiration, fatigue and general weakness, localized pain, otalgia, halitosis and blood showing in[] A 56-year-old, diabetic male presented with a 2.5-cm, left-sided neck mass. Fine needle aspiration showed a mixture of malignant squamous and spindle cells.[] […] in an elderly or middle-aged cigarette smoker Dyspnea and stridor Ipsilateral otalgia Dysphagia Odynophagia Chronic cough Hemoptysis Weight loss owing to poor nutrition Halitosis[]

  • Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Head and Neck

    Erythroplakia and leukoplakia, as well as painful mucosal ulcerations may be seen in tumors of the oral cavity, while otalgia, paresthesias, nerve palsies, trismus and halitosis[] Location of an isolated neck mass may predict the location of the primary site based on lymph drainage.[] In the setting of a patient presenting with a neck mass, ultrasound and ultrasound-guided final needle aspiration with cytology are invaluable.[]

  • Tumor of the Floor of the Mouth

    Bad breath (a.k.a. halitosis), bleeding and referred pain to the ear are typically signs of oral cancer that has already spread to the surrounding tissue and structures of[] mass due to metastatic lymphadenopathy May have discomfort or pain under the mobile tongue, difficulty with protraction or swallowing, speech impairment Grading Grade 1:[] Referred pain to the ear (through the lingual nerve), halitosis, evidence of regional lymph node involvement, and bleeding are signs of advanced disease.[]

  • Patulous Eustachian Tube

    See also herpes simplex I and use Stomatitis) C1136 Ozaena C1286 Pharyngitis (inflammation of pharynx- can cause chronic sore throat- halitosis- and pharyngeal ulcers.[] Repeat neck CT confirmed a 2-cm hyperattenuated left parapharyngeal granulomatous mass.[] Bartlett C, Pennings R, Ho A et al (2010) simple mass loading of the tympanic membrane to alleviate symptoms of patulous Eustachian tube.[]

  • Tonsillar Lymphoepithelioma

    This report features a rare case of LEC of the palatine tonsil occurring in a 60-year-old Japanese man who presented with a three-month history of a neck mass.[] Adenoids or pharyngeal tonsils are located in the area between the throat and the Tonsil Stones – a leading cause of halitosis and bad eath a canker sore.[] A proportion of patients present with neck mass due to regional lymph node involvement.[]

  • Throat Cancer

    Oropharyngeal cancers a sore throat or earache that doesn’t get better difficulty swallowing losing weight noisy breathing changes in your speech bad breath (halitosis).[] Symptoms HPV-related throat cancers can present with a variety of symptoms: Enlarged lymph nodes in the neck Neck masses that do not go away in one to two weeks Chronic cough[] Occasionally a neck lump or mass may be an initial sign.[]

  • Carcinoma of the Mouth

    mass due to metastatic lymphadenopathy May have discomfort or pain under the mobile tongue, difficulty with protraction or swallowing, speech impairment Grading Grade 1:[] Patients with tonsillar carcinomas may present with a neck mass, usually in the jugulodigastric region.[] If an adult has a neck mass that does not go away, a needle biopsy and/or CT scan may be necessary to diagnose the cause.[]

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