A ranula is a bulbous swelling of the tissue in the mouth, typically in the lower mouth, on the inner surface of the gums below the teeth.
The reason why a ranula occurs is because there is some obstruction in the salivary ducts. It may tend to appear more often when you are hungry or simply craving something. The sub-mandibular or sub-lingual glands often tend to be the glands to cause this, typically the sub-lingual glands. The sure way to help this to stop happening is by surgically removing the gland causing this. First make sure you get some kind of scan with contrast to try and see what gland is causing this, an ultrasound of the area is very helpful as well. Once the gland has been identified you can then talk to your maxillofacial surgeon about surgery. The removal of the gland often takes about 3-4 hours due to the nerves that are around and the muscles. The risk of mortality and of something else going wrong is very little so have no worries. Once the removal has been done the chances of it ocurring once again is basically zero because there will be nothing else to produce the saliva the ranula becomes filled with. If it does occur then the nearest gland to the removed one may be the one to have always caused this. Not having the sub-lingual or the sub-mandibular glands does not cause much problem because together they provide about 15% or less of the saliva in our mouths. We have thousands of glands all around our mouths being produced so nothing to worry about.
The word 'inflame' is a verb, meaning to arouse strong feelings; to incite emotion; to cause a part of the body to become reddened or sore; to cause to burst into flame, ignite.Example: The negotiator was careful not to inflame the anger of the crowd.
The verb of inflammable is inflame. As in "to inflame something".
It means that it can cause hard feelings. It actually means to inflame or to make something burn. It can cause a fight.
How did imperial rivalries serve to inflame tensions in europe?
The verb of inflammable is inflame.Other verbs are inflames, inflamed and inflaming, depending on the tense you require.Some example sentences for you are:"I will inflame it"."I have inflamed it"."We will be inflaming it"."We are inflaming them".
Yes, your appendix can explode. Once it gets infected, its starts to inflame, if left untreated it could explode and cause potentially death.
Enamored means to inflame with love.
accendo : to kindle, illuminate, inflame
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The smoke from candles are NOT good for you and could potentially inflame your lungs after a lengthy exposure of about 10 or more seconds. There are chemicals in the wax of the candles that cause this reaction.
Cleanse your face very well 2-3 times a day, with a gentle soap/cleanser. This will encourage the spot to not inflame and cause you more greif!
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Stay away from any thing fatty.
An infection of the sinuses would cause the mucus membranes to inflame which could cause the bleeding. This would also cause the soft tissues to swell and block the sinuses which could also lead to the pain. As with all such things you are best consulting a doctor as whilst the symptoms are probably nothing to worry about long term he/she will be able to give you a proper diagnoses.
A ranula is a blocked salivary duct. Sometimes people develop small stones, not unlike kidney or gall stones. These stones consist of various salts and minerals that exist in the saliva. These stones become too large to pass through the small openings in the mouth and they become lodged and block the duct. When this happens, the saliva backs up into the salivary gland and pressure builds causing pain. Occasionally a duct is injured and scar tissue forms at the wound. This scar tissue can sometimes block the duct causing the saliva to back up. Treatment usually requires minor oral surgery to unblock the duct. Depending on the cause and other factors, occasionally ranulas can re-occur, requiring additional surgery to repair.
No, it is not. Irritate is a verb meaning to inflame or annoy. The past participle, irritated, can be used as an adjective.
Alcohol can reduce the amount of digestive enzymes secreted by the pancreas, thereby causing it to inflame and leak digestive enzyme. Alcohol abuse is the leading cause of pancreatitis, it, along with gall stones, accounts for 80%-90% of all cases.
it inflames it, causing your salivary glands to inflame and overreact which makes you foam at the mouth
It means to literally burst into or be entirely consumed by flames; fire, an inferno! To be inflamed is to be engulfed in flames.