Some possible causes of submandibular gland swelling are salivary stones, salivary gland infection and other viral infections, according to WebMD. Other possible but less commonly causes of swelling of the submandibular ... More »

Common causes of swelling in ankles and feet include pregnancy complications, lymphedema, infections, blood clots and venous insufficiency, according to WebMD. Swollen ankles may be as a result of medication side effects... More »

The most common cause of parotid gland swelling is salivary stones, but certain bacterial and viral infections can also be the culprit, according to WebMD. A variety of treatments, from prescription antibiotics to surger... More »

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Blocked salivary gland ducts are caused by salivary stones, infections, cysts and tumors. Issues arise when salivary glands are blocked, causing problems with swallowing, lubricating the mouth, digestion and bacterial in... More »

A lump in the parotid gland may indicate salivary stones or a bacterial or viral infection in the gland, according to WebMD. Stones, the most common cause of swollen glands, are build-ups of saliva deposits which block t... More »

Conditions that cause swollen feet and ankles include pregnancy, a foot or ankle injury, lymphedema and infections, explains WebMD. Other possible causes include heart, liver or kidney disease; a blood clot; or venous in... More »

A diabetic's ankles may swell if there is an infection, a reaction to medication, a blood clot, or heart, kidney or liver failure, explains WebMD. A diabetic may contract a foot infection that makes his ankles swell, bec... More »

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