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1,262 Possible Causes for Structure, branch, duct, of, of, parotid

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  • Parotidectomy

    Diabetes, bulimia and alcoholism may cause enlarged parotid glands but usually these are not painful and there is a small group of AIDS victims that have experienced parotitis[] Abstract Penetrating trauma to the face and upper zone III of the neck may present unique challenges when the parotid gland and associated neurovascular structures are involved[] We sought to determine the indication, frequency, and functional outcome of buccal branch sacrifice.[] Abstract A functional superficial parotidectomy can maintain salivary function by preserving the Stensen duct.[] Parotidectomy for parotid cancer includes management of primary salivary cancer, metastatic cancer to lymph nodes, and direct extension from surrounding structures or cutaneous[] There are several different types of parotidectomy based on the amount of gland and surrounding structures removed these include: superficial parotidectomy where the lobe[]

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  • Salivary Gland Disorder

    Salivary gland tumours occur most commonly in the parotid gland.[] Ductal papillomas are rare lesions which arise from the ductal structures of the salivary gland involved.[] The blood supply is from branches of the external carotid artery. salivary gland any gland that secretes SALIVA .[] With each infection of the saliva glands there is a risk of causing scarring in the gland and especially in the ducts of the gland causing narrowing of the duct.[] The parotid gland and submandibular gland both have a branching system that combines into a single large channel (duct) that empties into the mouth in the cheek (parotid)[] It also does not clearly demonstrate the intraglandular facial nerve branches.[]

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  • Sialolithiasis

    The accessory parotid gland was located anterolateral to the masseter muscle and was isolated from the main parotid gland.[] SIALO-MRI : 2 parts Anatomical – which also contributes to determine the relationship with adjacent structures thanks to its dimensional, morphological and structural examination[] We had no cases of transient palsy or paresis of the mandibular branch of the facial or lingual nerves.[] [Article in English, Spanish] Abstract Salivary duct lithiasis is a condition characterized by the obstruction of a salivary gland or its excretory duct due to the formation[] If only branches of the submandibular gland duct are affected a posterior occlusal film submento vertex and some time a lateral jaw film may be required.[] Anatomy & Physiology The parotid gland consists of a superficial (outer) and a deep (inner) part, which are separated by the tree-like terminal branches of the facial nerve[]

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  • Parotid Duct Obstruction

    What is parotid duct obstruction? In parotid duct obstruction, part of your parotid duct becomes blocked.[] If the buccal branch was transected, repair it with fine sutures (8-0 to 10-0 nylon is appropriate) under microscopic aid.[] Patients often present with complaints that are not directly related to structures in the oral cavity, but rather to those around it.[] The parotid gland and submandibular gland both have a branching system that combines into a single large channel (duct) that empties into the mouth in the cheek (parotid)[] Suppurative Parotitis Due to Candida glabrata. Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice , Vol. 18, Issue. 3, p. 162.[] The branches of the 7th cranial nerve or “facial nerve” divide the gland into lobes. The parotid gland also contains lymph nodes.[]

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  • Submandibular Duct Calculus

    Similar changes were also seen (lesser degree) in left parotid salivary gland. Findings suggest parotitis of chronic nature (patient had repeated attacks of parotid pain)[] INTRODUCTION  Sialoliths are calcified structures that develop within the salivary gland or the ductal system.  Men women  Rare in children  75% - single  3% - bilateral[] Vasculature Blood supply is via the submental arteries which arise from the facial artery; a branch of the external carotid artery.[] Abstract Conventional management of calculi in the distal portion of the submandibular duct involves surgery under general anaesthesia.[] Abstract A case is presented showing the first reported use of a small, digitally-guided, intra-oral ultrasound probe to image a calculus in a submandibular salivary duct.[] Type: Article Title: Intra-oral ultrasound imaging of a submandibular duct calculus Keywords: Rad, Other, Salivary duct calculi, Salivary gland diseases, Ultrasonic diagnosis[]

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  • Polycystic Dysgenetic Disease of Parotid Salivary Glands

    Keywords: polycystic parotid disease, parotid cysts, benign parotid cysts, parotid gland, benign parotid disease International Journal of Dental Sciences and Research , 2014[] […] including skin, mucosal surfaces, soft tissue, bone, lymph nodes, peripheral and central nervous system tissue, paraganglia, endocrine organs, salivary glands and odontogenic structures[] Sialography of the parotid gland revealed that the main duct was of even diameter and ductal structure within the gland branched regularly and tapered gradually toward the[] Pseudotumors Of The Oral And Maxillofacial Structures Juxtaoral Organ Of Chievitz (OC): Juxtaoral OC is an embryonic epithelial structure, intimately associated with peripheral[] It has a characteristic morphology of branching and interconnecting bi-layered strands of darkly staining epithelial cells set in a loose vascular stroma.[] Among them there were 2 cases of polycystic parotid glands.[]

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  • Sialadenitis

    This is a report of a case of chronic sclerosing sialadenitis located as a solitary mass in an accessory parotid gland.[] KEYWORDS: Acoustic structure quantification; Radioactive iodine; Salivary gland; Sialadenitis; Thyroid cancer; Ultrasonography[] Colour Doppler ultrasound reveals increased vascularity On sialogram examination, contrast showed the parotid gland and the branches of main duct.[] According to histopathologic examination, the duct obstructed with stone was identified as the accessory duct and the other one was the main Wharton's duct.[] FNAC of palpable lymph node is mandatory for parotid mass where FNAC of parotid is inconclusive.[] The parotid gland has an intimate relationship with the facial nerve, which subdivides into its branches as it passes through the parotid.[]

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  • Pleomorphic Adenoma

    Abstract OBJECTIVES: To assess the long-term results in the management of 42 patients with recurrent pleomorphic adenoma of the parotid gland.[] It enables precise localization, measurements, and assessment of the structure of lesions.[] The benign tumors of the submandibular gland is treated by simple excision with preservation of mandibular branch of the trigeminal nerve, the hypoglossal nerve, and the lingual[] Primary salivary duct carcinoma is also a rare malignancy of the head and neck.[] Its histologic appearance is dominated by double rows of columnar epithelial cells, which branch and interconnect; peak incidence is in the seventh decade of life. [10] Pleomorphic[] The surgical procedure was partial or total parotidectomy with or without preserving the facial trunk and branches.[]

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  • Parotid Gland Adenoma and Adenocarcinoma

    Keywords: Accessory parotid gland; Mid-cheek mass; Adenocarcinoma NOS; Surgery Introduction The accessory parotid gland (APG) commonly exists just anterior to the main parotid[] Intraductal component comprised of cribriform structures.[] Brandwein MS, Jagirdar J, Patil J, et al. : Salivary duct carcinoma (cribriform salivary carcinoma of excretory ducts).[] parotid space.[] Image 4 (Case 3) Epithelial duct-like structures interspersed with tumor (H&E, 20). Image 4 (Case 3) Epithelial duct-like structures interspersed with tumor (H&E, 20).[] The facial nerve was reconstructed by a cervical nerve connecting the main branch to each of the peripheral branches. Left selective neck dissection was also performed.[]

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  • Benign Epithelial Tumor of Salivary Glands

    […] gland (represent 60% of parotid tumors; 50% occur in tail, 25% in superficial lobe, 25% in deep lobe), 10% in submandibular gland, rare in sublingual gland Represents 50%[] A hilus structure with salivary inclusions or D2-40 (podoplanin)-positive marginal sinus was identifiable in four and nine of the cases, respectively, supporting origin within[] […] eloquently described the relevant anatomy and surgical technique of current parotid gland surgery. [6] They stressed surgical landmarks for avoiding injury to the main trunk and branches[] […] closes with a discussion of pediatric salivary gland pathology, traumatic injuries of the salivary glands and miscellaneous pathologic processes of the salivary glands and ducts[] The ductal structure of adenoid cystic carcinomas were clearly delineated while the pseudoducts produced by enclosed areas of stroma were negative.[] […] striated duct and excretory duct and is positive for CK1 and is negative for actin [ 6 – 8 ].[]

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