Benign epithelial tumor of salivary glands

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Benign epithelial tumor of salivary glands

Benign epithelial tumor of salivary glands is a rare neoplastic disease characterized by the presence of a tumor located in the parotid sublingual submandibular and/or minor salivary glands which presents with a wide spectrum of clinical features depending on the location size and type of salivary gland involved usually manifesting as a slow-growing painless commonly solitary mass rarely associated with facial nerve palsy or nasal/airway obstruction.

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