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A predominant fluid signal intensity (T2 hyperintense T1 hypointense, facilitated diffusion) septated collection is seen occupying the subcutaneous plane of the left submandibular space overlying the submandibular gland with maximal dimensions of 7x6cm (TR x CC). Subcutaneously it just extends anteriorly to the midline and just crosses to the right. Deeply, it tracks lateral to the mylohyoid and deep to the mandible in the submandibular space and another limb posterior to the mylohyoid muscle extending superiorly and deep to the medial pterygoid. The septae show mild enhancement in post contrast study. No definite tail like communication is identified with the sublingual space. The Wharton duct per se is not dilated.