salivary gland biopsy

salivary gland biopsy

The removal of a small specimen of salivary gland to diagnose CA, Sjögren syndrome, etc Risks Local bleeding, infection, facial nerve injury
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Confirmation of the diagnosis is made by histopathologic evaluation of a labial minor salivary gland biopsy that shows lymphocytic infiltration.
The dehydrated salivary gland biopsy was cut into 6 [micro]m sections and incubated at 37 [degrees]C overnight.
Labial salivary gland biopsy showed focal lymphocytic infiltration in accordance with the diagnosis of pSS.
In a questionnaire-based study carried out in Greece,[16] HIV-infected patients were selected on the basis of oral and ocular symptoms and then underwent a labial salivary gland biopsy.
Minor salivary gland biopsy was unremarkable, but submandibular gland histopathology showed lymphoid hyperplasia without granulomas or signs of malignancy.