Management of Ranula
Ranula is a mucous filled cavity, in the floor of the mouth in relation to the sublingual gland. This case reports highlights the role of the MRI scan in facilitating a definitive diagnosis of sublingual ranula.
Jaishankar S, Manimaran, Kannan, Mabel C. Ranula A Case Report. Journal of Indian Academy of Dental Specialists. 2010;1(3):52-3.
Harrison J, Sowray J, Smith N. Recurrent ranula. A case report. Br Dent J. 1976;140(5):180-2.
Yoshimura Y, Obara S, Kondoh T, Naitoh SI. A comparison of three methods used for treatment of ranula. Journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery. 1995;53(3):280-2.
Kurabayashi T, Ida M, Yasumoto M, Ohbayashi N, Yoshino N, Tetsumura A, et al. MRI of ranulas. Neuroradiology. 2000;42(12):917-22.
Som PM, Brandwein MS. Salivary glands: anatomy and pathology. Head and neck imaging. 2003;4:2053-54.
- There are currently no refbacks.
|Published by Celesta Software Pvt Ltd|