salivary duct stone

salivary duct stone

Salivary gland stone, sialolithiasis ENT The presence of a crystallized concrement in one or more salivary glands; SGSs are most common in the submandibular/submaxillary gland, less in the parotid glands Clinical Swelling of affected gland, continuous pain, duct obstruction
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A parotid tumor is an abnormal growth in the salivary gland which is caused by numerous factors such as metastasis of cancer, salivary duct stones, dehydration, salivary gland infections, abdominal surgery, and liver cirrhosis.
Shockwave lithotripsy of salivary duct stones. Lancet 1992 May; 339(8805):1333-1336.
Key Words: Submandibular gland, Warthon's Duct, Sialolithiasis, Salivary Duct Stones.