A pictorial case review of the sonographic findings of facial lumps in adults

Nadia Mahmood, Eastbourne District General Hospital 


Facial lumps are an infrequently encountered, but important clinical presentation with a wide spectrum of differentials. High resolution ultrasound is not only the first line, but often the only imaging modality used and accurate diagnosis based on sonographic findings is key to directing appropriate management. We present a pictorial review of histologically confirmed cases in adults presenting with a cheek mass, who are referred for ultrasound assessment. Major salivary gland and bone lesions are excluded.

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