Why can't we recive an honest lay persons diagnoses? It's like having a "not until we see blood" restraining order. Reactive Adenopathy? If it grows larger within 1 mo. it must come out. Here I am 7 years later and this mass is 9cm from the 2 cm in 03'. Yet, this Dr. keeps trying to convince me that it's merely a hemangioma or increased Mandibular muscle from your dystonia. First, hemangioma's don't usually grow on people past the age of 12. Second it seems like 2 lame , dodging claims. It would be impossible for my mandibular muscle to enlarge when the mass expanded to 8cm the two lower molars became twisted, cracked, and then pushed out in 1/2. My mandibular muscle could not have doubled in size if there are no teeth to brace against when my neck tremors.
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