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Juvenile recurrent parotitis is a recurrent, nonobstructive, and nonsuppurative inflammatory condition of the parotid gland of uncertain etiology in young children. It is characterized by multiple episodes of unilateral or bilateral parotid inflammation over a period of years. Two cases of juvenile recurrent parotitis in a 3-year-old girl and a 6-year-old boy are reported. Both presented with multiple episodes of the parotid gland swelling. Investigations for infective etiology, an autoimmunedoi:10.32677/ijch.2014.v01.i02.013 fatcat:fibikrsmivgz5jfamngcpxi3zi