A method of visualization of the Wharton or Stensen duct to visualize sialolithiasis, stenosis, polyps, or sialodochitis.
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, sialendoscopy (sī″ă-lō-en-dos′kŏ-pē) (sī″ăl-en-) [ sialo- + endoscopy]
The use of an endoscope to evaluate and treat salivary duct and gland disorders.
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A method of visualization of the Wharton or Stensen duct to visualize sialolithiasis, stenosis, polyps, or sialodochitis.
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In the early 1990s, the anatomy and diseases of the gland and ductal system started to be evaluated better by the first salivary gland endoscopes of Konigsberger and Katz (1, 2).The first sialendoscopy case series were published in 1997 by Nahlieli and in 2000 by Marchal (2).
A rising interest is on the potential role of sialendoscopy in salivary gland pathology that allows a precise evaluation of the duct system avoiding sialography.
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According to literature data, 80-90% of patients with parotid gland sialolithiasis can be treated using minimally invasive techniques such as sialendoscopy and extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL).
In the company's history of making catheters for a variety of therapeutic areas, the Advance Salivary Duct Balloon Catheter is their first high-pressure balloon dedicated to salivary duct intervention and is part of its dedicated sialendoscopy product range.
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Sialendoscopy is now an established intervention for stone removal, and has been described for use in giant salivary calculi (10).