Mar 7, 2007
Does a needle biopsy and or ultrasound is indicated for a patient with HIV disease and bilateral parotid enlargament?, before deciding treatment with radiation therapy or surgery.
Response from Dr. Henry
In my experience an ENT evaluation often with either a CT/ultrasound scan and/or biopsy is utilized to make the best disgnosis possible before deciding to try a course of low dose radiation for parotid enlargement. KH
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