Question: A 44 year old female presents to your office for intermittent parotid gland swelling. On examination you notice that her left parotid gland is asymmetrically enlarged compared to the right. Eye examination reveals an injected left conjunctiva. You review her records and find a chest x-ray from a recent evaluation in the emergency department that demonstrates hilar adenopathy. What is the diagnosis? [Answer will be posted with next week's new question]
Answer to last week's question, "Feeling Twitchy" (May 9, 2016):
Facial nerve hemangioma.