Human head and neck Intraglandular deep parotid lymph nodes

Original article light microscopic study of epithelial histogenesis of the acini of the parotid glandOriginal article light microscopic study of epithelial histogenesis of the acini of the parotid gland
Richa, Shahnaz Choudhary, Ashwani K. Sharma. “Light Microscopic Study of Epithelial Histogenesis of the Acini of the Parotid Gland”. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2014; Vol. 3, Issue 24, June 16. Intraglandular deep parotid lymph nodes
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Comparative study of ct and mri in evaluation of suprahyoid neck massesComparative study of ct and mri in evaluation of suprahyoid neck masses
Postgraduate Student, Department of Radiology, Goa Medical College, Bambolim, Goa. Intraglandular deep parotid lymph nodes
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Oto-rhino-laryngology head and neck surgery training programmeOto-rhino-laryngology head and neck surgery training programme
Evaluation of symptoms (nasal obstruction, epistaxis, rhinorrhea, facial pain, cranial nerves). Intraglandular deep parotid lymph nodes
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Salivary gland tumours epidemiologySalivary gland tumours epidemiology
Patients with malignant lesions typically present after age 60 years, whereas those with benign lesions usually present when older than 40 years. Intraglandular deep parotid lymph nodes
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I. histopathology of the heartI. histopathology of the heart
Judging from the lack of staining of the nuclei of cardiac muscle cells (with increased eosinophilia of the cytoplasm) and the diffuse neutrophilic infiltrate in the interstitium, it has to be more than 24 hours old. Intraglandular deep parotid lymph nodes
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I. introduction. Pathology of the respiratory system II. introduction. Pathology of the respiratory system I
Epithelium may undergo squamous metaplasia. Polyps may be multiple, pedunculated or sessil. Clinical symptoms: nasal obstruction, repeated bouts of chronic rhinitis and sinusitis. Intraglandular deep parotid lymph nodes
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Lecture 15. “Tumours. Aetiology, classification, diagnostics and treatment.”Lecture 15. “Tumours. Aetiology, classification, diagnostics and treatment.”
A tumour is a new formation of cells of independent growth which fulfils no useful function. The term 'tumour' should be reserved for new growths. Intraglandular deep parotid lymph nodes
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