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Sialolipoma of a minor salivary gland in a dogSialolipoma of a minor salivary gland in a dog
The mass was completely excised and no evidence of tumor regrowth was seen on oral examination 6 months post-operatively. Sialolipomas have not previously been reported in animals. Salivary gland
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William C. Faquin, md, Phd director, Head and Neck Pathology Massachusetts General Hospital Associate Professor of Pathology Harvard Medical School The Milan System for Reporting Salivary Gland CytopathologyWilliam C. Faquin, md, Phd director, Head and Neck Pathology Massachusetts General Hospital Associate Professor of Pathology Harvard Medical School The Milan System for Reporting Salivary Gland Cytopathology
By developing and implementing this new international reporting system for salivary gland cytology, we hope to offer patients and clinicians a more accurate and reliable cytological classification of salivary gland lesions that maximizes the ability of clinicians. Salivary gland
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Salivary GlandsSalivary Glands
The main functions of the salivary glands are to wet and lubricate ingested food and the oral mucosa, to initiate the digestion of carbohydrates and lipids with amylase and lipase. Salivary gland
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Salivary glands epithelial and myoepithelial cells are major vitamin d targetsSalivary glands epithelial and myoepithelial cells are major vitamin d targets
European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics 2007, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 123-129. Salivary gland
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Where are your salivary glands?Where are your salivary glands?
The glands are found in and around your mouth and throat. We call the major salivary glands the parotid, submandibular, and sublingual glands. Salivary gland
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Salivary GlandsSalivary Glands
Serous Demilunes: in mixed glands, product of fixation; w/ H&E, dark staining “half. Salivary gland
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Epithelium & glandsEpithelium & glands
Reading: Gartner & Hiatt, pp 31-48, 267, 283, 322-326; Gartner, Hiatt, Strum, pp 67-78, 244, 262-263. Salivary gland
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Salivary glands It is special tissue of epithelium originated from oral ectoderm and produce saliva which is a mixture of serous and mucous fluids produced by salivary glands. Functions of salivaSalivary glands It is special tissue of epithelium originated from oral ectoderm and produce saliva which is a mixture of serous and mucous fluids produced by salivary glands. Functions of saliva
A-swallowing of food. B-cleaning the mouth. C-keeping the mouth moist. D-it is important for taste. Salivary gland
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