Acinic cell carcinoma history and symptoms

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Overview

Acinic cell carcinoma commonly presents with a mass in the neck, difficulty in swallowing and persistent pain.

History and Symptoms

Early acinic cell carcinoma does not have any symptoms. As the tumor grows larger, people may notice one or more of the following symptoms:

  • A mass or lump in face, neck, or mouth area.
  • Persistent pain.
  • A newly noticed difference between the size and/or shape of the left and right sides of face or neck region.
  • Numbness in part of face.
  • New weakness of the muscles on one side of face.
  • Pain and difficulty in swallowing.

Other diseases may also present with similar symptoms.

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