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Salivary gland diseases

surgical and medical management
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Salivary glands -- Diseases., Salivary glands -- Surgery., Salivary Gland Diseases -- therapy., Salivary Gland Neoplasms -- the
Statement[edited by] Robert L. Witt.
ContributionsWitt, Robert L. 1955-
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LC ClassificationsRC815.5 .S25 2005
The Physical Object
Paginationp. ;
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Open LibraryOL3407105M
ISBN 101588904148, 3131396113
LC Control Number2005022868

Full-color photomicrographs of disease pathology Here is a complete reference on the fundamental science, treatment, and management of salivary gland disorders. Covering anatomy, physiology, histology, cytology, pathology, and imaging, this text is a premier resource for physicians who diagnose and treat salivary gland diseases both medically and surgically.

Management of salivary disorders encompasses a broad array of diseases, both benign and malignant. To better demonstrate the evolution of this field and its diagnostic and therapeutic management, the contents of this book have been organized to reflect the diverse nature of salivary gland anatomy, physiology, and dysfunction in various states of disease.

Salivary Gland Pathology: Diagnosis and Management offers comprehensive coverage of all aspects of this topic.

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Beginning with the embryology, anatomy and physiology of the salivary glands, the first section of the book discusses radiographic imaging, infections, cystic conditions, sialoadenitis and sialolithiasis, and systemic by: 1.

Here is a complete reference on the fundamental science, treatment, and management of salivary gland disorders. Covering anatomy, physiology, histology, cytology, pathology, and imaging, this text is a premier resource for physicians who diagnose and treat 4/5(1).

Treatment for salivary gland disorders depends on the disease type and how advanced it is. For example, if you have a mass in your salivary gland, your doctor may recommend surgery to Author: Rachel Nall. Salivary Gland Pathology: Diagnosis and Management offers comprehensive coverage of all aspects of this topic.

Beginning with the embryology, anatomy and physiology of the salivary glands, the first section of the book discusses radiographic imaging, infections, cystic conditions, sialoadenitis and sialolithiasis, and systemic diseases.

n n n Among salivary gland neoplasms, 80% arise in the parotid glands, % arise in the submandibular glands, and the remainder occur in the sublingual and minor salivary glands The most common tumor of the parotid gland is the pleomorphic adenoma, which represents about 60% of all parotid neoplasms.

This book covers all aspects of salivary glands right from their development to the management of the diseases. It discusses the basic structures and functions of the salivary glands in detail with easy-to-understand line diagrams and photomicrographs.

It emphasizes the histogenesis and molecular pathogenesis of salivary gland tumors. It elaborates the classification of salivary gland diseases. Salivary glands are unique because of the manifold subtypes of benign and malignant diseases found there.

Written by the internationally leading authorities, Salivary Gland Disorders and Diseases: Diagnosis and Management Covers the full spectrum of infectious, infl ammatory, acute, chronic, benign, and malignant disorders and diseases of the Brand: Thieme. The most common problems in the salivary gland occur when the ducts become blocked and saliva cannot drain.

Among the causes are dehydration, smoking and exposure to radiation. Most salivary tumors are noncancerous. Small blockages may pass without treatment, but severe cases may require the removal of a salivary gland. Salivary gland infection, or sialadenitis.

Bacterial infection of the salivary gland, most commonly the parotid gland, may result when the duct into the mouth is blocked. Sialadenitis creates a. About the e-Book Salivary Gland Diseases: Surgical and Medical Management Pdf Here is a complete reference on the fundamental science, treatment, and management of salivary gland disorders.

Covering anatomy, physiology, histology, cytology, pathology, and imaging, this text is a premier resource for physicians. Salivary Gland Disorders and Diseases PDF: Diagnosis and Management E-BOOK DESCRIPTION Overall, the text is easy to read and a valuable resource for any head and neck surgeon who desires greater insight into one of the most fascinating glands in the human body.

Parotid gland stones occur in about 20%, submandibular gland stones in 80% of all salivary gland stones. Symptoms. There are enlarged salivary glands, particularly with eating as more digestive juices are produced, but get congested behind the stone that plugs the parotid gland or submandibular gland duct.

Offering unparalleled coverage of this key area, Surgery of the Salivary Glands provides an in-depth, authoritative review of salivary gland disease and ational experts from otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and many other disciplines discuss all aspects of surgery and medicine, including anatomy, physiology, histology, pathology, imaging Pages: Here is a complete reference on the fundamental science, treatment, and management of salivary gland disorders.

Covering anatomy, physiology, histology, cytology, pathology, and imaging, this text is a premier resource for physicians who diagnose and treat Brand: Thieme.

For salivary gland stones, people can take pain relievers (analgesics), drink extra fluids, massage the glands, apply warm compresses, and trigger saliva flow with lemon juice or wedges, sour candy, or a combination.

If the stone does not pass on its own, a dentist can sometimes push the stone out by pressing on both sides of the duct. If that fails, a fine-wire‒like instrument can be used. Salivary glands are unique because of the manifold subtypes of benign and malignant diseases found there.

Written by world-renowned experts, Salivary Gland Disorders and Diseases: Diagnosis and Management fills a major gap in the literature by presenting modern and up-to-date knowledge on all aspects of this important field.

management of salivary gland disorders. Covering anatomy, physiology, histology, cytology, pathology, and imaging, this text is a premier resource for physicians who diagnose and treat salivary gland diseases both medically and surgically.

Highlights: Comprehensive review. Obstructive disordersSialolithiasis Salivary gland stone or salivary gland calculus within major & minor salivary al features Site Submandibular 83% Parotid 10% Sublingual 7% Severe pain Swelling during meals Pus from duct orifice Inflammatory reaction to surrounding soft tissue Overlying mucosa may ulcerate along calculus to extend.

Submandibular gland; Sublingual gland; Other than these three main glands, there are almost minor salivary glands in the oral mucosa. Like any other part of our body, with the passage of time these glands can also develop problems/diseases.

Let’s discuss some of the issues of salivary glands, their causes, symptoms and remedies. Diseases of the major salivary glands are occasionally encountered in the primary care setting (Table 1). Obstructive sialadeni- Evaluation of Patients with Suspected Salivary Gland DisordersCited by: Salivary Gland Disease Necrotizing sialometaplasia (NS) is a benign, self-limited, reactive inflammatory process involving minor mucoserous salivary glands.

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From:. 4 Congenital salivary gland diseases. Apart from conditions that affect the saliva composition (e.g. sticky saliva in Prader-Willi syndrome) or cause an inability to swallow and lead to drooling (see below), hypoplasia or aplasia of the salivary glands is a rare occurrence and can affect just one, several or even all of the salivary by: Unlike the major salivary glands, these glands are too small to be seen without a microscope.

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Most are found in the lining of the lips, the tongue, and the roof of the mouth, as well as inside the cheeks, nose, sinuses, and larynx (voice box). Minor salivary gland tumors are extremely rare. However, they are more likely to be cancerous than benign.

This book covers all aspects of salivary glands right from their development to the management of the diseases.

It discusses the basic structures and functions of the salivary glands in detail with easy-to-understand line diagrams and photomicrographs. It emphasizes the histogenesis and molecular pathogenesis of salivary gland tumors. Salivary gland diseases in children are rare, apart from viral-induced diseases.

Nevertheless, it is essential for the otolaryngologist to recognize these uncommon findings in children and. OCLC Number: Description: x, pages illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: High levels of GM₁-ganglioside and GM₁-ganglioside [beta]-galactosidase in the parotid gland: a new model for secretory mechanisms of the parotid gland / Nakisa Nowroozi [and others] --Acute viral and bacterial infections of the salivary glands / Shelly J.

McQuone --Chronic inflammatory disorders of. Get this from a library. Salivary gland diseases: surgical and medical management. [Robert L Witt;] -- Complete reference on the fundamental science, treatment, and management of salivary gland disorders. Covers anatomy, physiology, histology, cytology, pathology, and imaging.

Designed for physicians. salivary gland [TA] any of the saliva-secreting exocrine glands of the oral cavity. See also: major salivary glands, minor salivary glands.

Synonym(s): glandula salivaria [TA] salivary gland n. A gland that secretes saliva, especially any of three pairs of glands, the parotid, submaxillary, and sublingual, that discharge secretions into the oral. Causes of salivary gland problems include infections, obstruction, or cancer.

Problems can also be due to other disorders, such as mumps or Sjogren's syndrome. Mouth Dryness or Thick Saliva (American Cancer Society) Also in Spanish.

Genetics Home Reference: lacrimo-auriculo-dento-digital syndrome (National Library of Medicine) Clinical Trials.Request PDF | Salivary Gland Diseases | Salivary gland diseases, which have a heterogeneous etiology, share a reduction or loss of saliva production and clinical xerostomia.

These | Find, read. About this book This atlas provides a comprehensive outline of all but the very rarest salivary gland diseases, detailing the most common benign and malignant tumors with their radiological, cytopathological, and histological features.