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Modified marsupialisation of a giant intraoral ranula: Case report. Es una entidad poco prevalente. The intraoral ranula is a benign pseudo-cystic extravasation with its origin in the sublingual salivary glands. It is an infrequent disease. It is more common in children and adolescents, with its own clinical characteristics that differentiate it from other entities in the mouth. The treatment for this condition is surgical, and several techniques have been described in the literature: simple and modified marsupialisation, enucleation of the lesion, and removal of the gland with enucleation of the ranula.

While the removal of the gland with enucleation of the lesion is the widely accepted radical and definitive treatment, marsupialisation may be useful as an alternative to conservative surgical treatment in cases of giant intraoral ranula, reducing the risk of surgical morbidity, and presenting with low rates of recurrence, while its application should be performed with care.

The case is presented that describes the conservative surgical treatment with marsupialisation in its clinical management, with a 12 months follow up without signs of recurrence. Presentan una prevalencia baja de alrededor de 0,2 a 0,5 casos por cada 1. Figura 2 TC. Mucosa del piso de la boca indemne, sin signos de recidiva y con aspecto de brida cicatricial.

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Abstract The intraoral ranula is a benign pseudo-cystic extravasation with its origin in the sublingual salivary glands.

Keywords Sublingual ranula. Salivary glands.

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