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Figure 1: (a) Computed tomography scan (sagittal view) showing a large homogenous, unilocular, oral cyst, and a cervical cyst. It has lifted the tongue (black star) superiorly and posteriorly which is abutting the hard palate. The cervical cyst has a capsule (white arrow head) and does not communicate with the oral cyst. (b) Computed tomography scan (axial view). Oral cyst is a plunging ranula occupying both the sublingual and submandibular space with no communication with the cervical cyst

Figure 1: (a) Computed tomography scan (sagittal view) showing a large homogenous, unilocular, oral cyst, and a cervical cyst. It has lifted the tongue (black star) superiorly and posteriorly which is abutting the hard palate. The cervical cyst has a capsule (white arrow head) and does not communicate with the oral cyst. (b) Computed tomography scan (axial view). Oral cyst is a plunging ranula occupying both the sublingual and submandibular space with no communication with the cervical cyst