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CHAPTER OUTLINE

EMBRYOLOGY, ANATOMY, AND PHYSIOLOGY
DIAGNOSTIC MODALITIES
History and Clinical Examination
Salivary Gland Radiology
Plain Film Radiographs
Sialography
Computed Tomography, Magnetic; Resonance
Imaging, and Ultrasound
Salivary Scintigraphy (Radloactlve Isotope
Scanning)
Salivary Gland Endoscopy (Sialoendoscopy)
Sialochemistry
Fine-Needle Aspiration Biopsy
. Salivary Gland Biopsy

OBSTRUCTIVE SALIVARYGLAND DISEASE
Sialolithiasis
MUCOUS RETENTION AND EXTRAVASATION
PHENOMENA
Mucocele
Ranula
SALIVARY GLAND INFECTIONS
NECROTIZING SIAlOMETAPLASIA
SJOGREN’S SYNDROME,
TRAUMATIC SALIVARYGLAND INJURIES
NEOPLASTIC SALIVARYGLAND DISORDERS
Benign’ Salivary Gland Tumors
Malignant Salivary Gland Tumors

he clinician is frequently confronted with the necessity of assessing and managing salivary gland disorders. A thorough-knowledge of the
embryology, anato y, and pathophysiology is necessary to treat patients appropriately. This chapter examines the cause, diagnostic methodology, radiographic evaluation, and management of a variety of salivary gland disorders, including sialolithiasis and obstructive phenomena (e.g., –
mucocele and ranula), acute ‘and chronic salivary gland infections, traumatic salivary gland disorders, Sjogren’s syndrome (SS), necrotizing slalornetaplasia, and benign and malignant salivary gland tumors.

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