sialodochoplasty

sialodochoplasty

 [si″ah-lo-do´ko-plas″te]
plastic repair of a salivary duct.
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si·a·lo·do·cho·plas·ty

(sī'ă-lō-dō'kō-plas'tē),
Repair of a salivary duct.
[sialo- + G. dochē, receptacle, + plassō, to fashion]
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sialodochoplasty

(sī′ə-lō-dō′kə-plăs′tē)
n.
Surgical repair of a salivary duct.
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si·a·lo·do·cho·plas·ty

(sī'ă-lō-dō'kō-plas'tē)
Repair of a salivary duct.
[sialo- + G. dochē, receptacle, + plassō, to fashion]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

si·a·lo·do·cho·plas·ty

(sī'ă-lō-dō'kō-plas'tē)
Repair of a salivary duct.
[sialo- + G. dochē, receptacle, + plassō, to fashion]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
Stones in the anterior part of the duct were treated by duct incision and sialodochoplasty intra-orally while gland removal was done for stones in hilum and gland parenchyma.
For anterior location duct incision and sialodochoplasty was performed while stones in posterior part of duct and gland parenchyma were treated by gland removal.
Although modern methods of stone investigation and intervention have been reported for the treatement of giant calculi, transoral sialolithotomy with sialodochoplasty or sialodenectomy remain the mainstay of treatment.
While transoral sialodochotomy or sialodochoplasty is sufficient, especially for giant stones in a duct, (9) an extraoral approach (e.g., a total submandibular gland excision) is preferred for stones located in the hilum or in the gland itself.
The patient was taken to the operating room for a transoral sialodochoplasty and removal of the large submandibular calculus.
For stones that are located entirely in the duct and close to the papillae, a transoral sialodochoplasty is sufficient.
She had previously been treated for chronic sialadenitis with a sialodochoplasty and a dilation of Stensen's duct.