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The most common presentation of salivary mucoceles in cats isn't cervical swelling.
“Although the most common presentation of salivary mucoceles in dogs is a swelling in the cervical region, only one cat in the study described in this article presented with cervical swelling. In cats, intraoral or sublingual swelling appears to be more common than cervical swelling is.”
-Kristina M. Kiefer, DVM, Garrett J. Davis, DVM, DACVS
From Salivary mucoceles in cats: A retrospective study of seven cases