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Most people will then see salivary glands swell, causing puffy cheeks and a swollen jaw.
Another issue Mortensen deals with is radiation’s effects on his salivary glands.
Symptoms can take around two or three weeks to develop, and people are contagious for two days before salivary glands start to swell, and five days afterward.
One tumor on her face grew to be baseball-size, and the cancer spread to a salivary gland
Grunewald was diagnosed in 2009 with adenoid cystic carcinoma, a form of cancer in her salivary gland.
Surgery to remove the tumor from her salivary gland was successful, but two years later the cancer reappeared in her thyroid, which was also removed.
While the above choices were formidable, the photo that activated the most salivary glands was a shot of the macaroni and cheese from Randolph Beer.
Mumps typically causes swelling and tenderness of the salivary glands in the cheeks and jaw.
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