enlargement

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enlargement

[en′lärj·mənt]
(graphic arts)
Photographic print made in an enlarger so that the print is bigger than the negative.
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BLEC typically presents with bilateral parotid enlargement that generally consists of multiple cysts in one gland.
Most frequent lesions in HIV-positive pediatric patients were oral candidiasis, gingivitis, parotid enlargement and linear gingival erythema, being oral candidiasis considereda predictor of disease progression.
Overall, this represents a rare site of SHML involvement in an immunocompetent individual, and consideration should be given to this diagnosis in cases of diffuse parotid enlargement. In the majority of cases, SHML has a benign course.
Sjogren's syndrome (SS) is characterised by dry eyes, dry mouth and parotid enlargement, in the presence of specific auto-antibodies.
Look for calluses on dorsum of the hands, parotid enlargement, mouth ulcers, dental caries, and edema, which may be found in bulimia patients.
Unexplained persistent parotid enlargement is also a stage II-defining disease according to WHO staging of HIV/AIDS.