For all pigs, inspection of the head involved removal and thin slicing (1-3 mm) of the submaxillary
, parotid, retropharyngeal, and atlantal lymph nodes and the oropharyngeal tonsils.
Although Dyer & Chernoff's definition of the Craterocephalinae was not tested (by examining the nasal ventromedial ligament to the palatine with the anterior palatine process directed dorsally and supported by the presence of a large submaxillary
meniscus), due to other features there is no doubt that S.
Complexes of the condensed tannins of sainfoin (Onobraychis vicifalia scop.) with fractional leaf protein and with submaxillary
mucoprotein and their reversal by polyethylene glycol and pH.
(7) The electrodes are strategically placed above the submaxillary
glands bilaterally to exert these effects.
Xerostomia occurs when inflammation is present in the parotid, submaxillary
or sublingual salivary glands.
The plates were sensitized with asialo ovine submaxillary
mucin (aOSM) isolate, using biotinylated Vicia villosa isolectin B4 as control (Tn antigen specific) and streptavidin peroxidase as detection system.
Effects of the extract of the mouse submaxillary
salivary glands on the sympathetic system of mammals.
Rate of human parotid, sublingual and submaxillary
secretions during sleep.
lymph node enlargement and pain as well as thickening of facial lymphatic vessels are seen with acute glanders.
Pathways of glucose metabolism in rat submaxillary
Symptoms include myalgia, malaise, fever, and headache followed by tender swelling of parotid or other salivary glands (sublingual, submaxillary
([section]) Defined as isolation of mumps virus from a clinical specimen; parotitis or orchitis; or submaxillary
or submental swelling.