Ipsilateral Synchronous Manifestation of an Hiv-Infection Associated Plunging Ranula and Sublingual Salivary Gland Sialocoele: A Review and Case Report

Citation:
Dimba E;, Chindia ML;, Ikito A;, Butt FMA. "Ipsilateral Synchronous Manifestation of an Hiv-Infection Associated Plunging Ranula and Sublingual Salivary Gland Sialocoele: A Review and Case Report.". 2013.

Abstract:

Plunging ranula is a rare lesion and even more in HIV-infected patients. There has been only one case documented in a 15-year old that had the vertical form HIV-infection. We report a plunging ranula occurring simultaneously with a sublingual salivary gland sialocoele as two separate lesions in an HIV-infected female patient.

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