There is an abnormal mass in your parotid gland which is mostly pleomorphic adenoma (attachment removed to protect patient identity). An adenoma is a benign type of salivary gland tumor. Histological examination is mandatory to confirm the diagnosis. There are two ways, the first is taking a sample from the mass, the second is complete removal of the gland. I prefer complete removal.
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