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Ultrasonographic echogenicity of normal salivary glands in adults: comparison of submandibular and parotid glands

Choi I, Na DG, Paik W

Purpose: The normal submandibular gland (SMG) and parotid gland (PG) are thought to have similar homogeneous ultrasound (US) hyperechogenicity; however, this has not been extensively investigated. The aim of this...
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Expression patterns of Rho-associated protein kinase signaling pathway-related genes in mouse submandibular glands

Kim KC, Roh S

Salivary glands are exocrine glands that secrete saliva into the oral cavity, and secreted saliva plays essential roles in oral health. Therefore, maintaining the salivary glands in an intact state...
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Paradoxical Lower Lip Twitching after Removal of the Submandibular Gland

Yoo JS, Hong YT

Benign submandibular gland tumor is a common disease in the head and neck region and can be completely removed by transcervical approach. Typical submandibular gland resection can lead to neurological...
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Clinical Comparison of Transoral Removal with Sublingual Gland Preservation versus without Sublingual Gland Preservation versus Submandibular Gland Resection for Proximal Duct Stone of Submandibular Gland: Prospective Study

Kim G, Sung J, Jung H, Kim J, Park M, Kwon K

Background and Objectives Proximal submandibular stone is not a rare disease. The aim of this study is to evaluate the surgical outcomes of 3 different ways to treat proximal submandibular stone:...
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Effectiveness of ultrasonography and shear wave sonoelastography in Sjögren syndrome with salivary gland involvement

Oruk YE, Çildağ MB, Karaman CZ, Çildağ S

Purpose: This study investigated the effectiveness of major salivary gland ultrasonography (MSGUS) using a new grading system and shear wave elastography (SWE) in evaluating the major salivary glands of patients...
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Paraganglioma of the Submandibular Region

Kim JG, Hong AR, Kim JH, Lee DH

Paraganglioma is a rare benign neuroendocrine tumor arising from the paraganglia of the autonomic nervous system. Paraganglioma occurs mainly in the carotid body, jugular foramen, and vagus nerve in the...
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Classification of Sialolithiasis by Location of Stones: Retrospective Review of 534 Cases

Lee J, Han J, Kim S, Choi H, Park B

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: To investigate epidemiological features of patients with sialolithiasis and to evaluate the difference in outcomes depending on its location. SUBJECTS AND METHOD: We included in the test 472...
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Long-Term Results of Intraoral Excision for Submandibular Mixed Tumors

Hong YT, Kim JS, Yeo CD, Hong KH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Generally, the benign mixed tumors of the submandibular gland are successfully removed via transcervical approach. Recently, however, an alternative to the standard transcervical approach, such as an...
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Sialolithiasis in children: Three case reports

Park SY, Lee SH, Lee NY, Jih MK

Sialolithiasis is a disease in which calcified substances accumulate in the ducts or parenchyma of the salivary glands. This disease can occur in people of any age, but it is...
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A Case of Oncocytic Lipoadenoma Arising in the Submandibular Gland

Lee BS, Lee JK, Jang SK, Seo KH, Kim JH, Bang H, Lee DJ

Oncocytic lipoadenoma is a rare salivary gland tumor composed of adipose tissue and oncocytic epithelial cells in varied proportions. We report a case of an oncocytic lipoadenoma of the submandibular...
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A Case of Removal of Multiple Submandibular Gland and Duct Stones by Cervical Incision Approach

Lee BM, Seo JH, Woo SH

A calcified structure blocking the flow of saliva into the mouth is a major cause of salivary dysfunction. If a stone is detected, the goal of treatment would be to...
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Preliminary study on the efficacy of xerostomia treatment with sialocentesis targeting thyroid disease patients given radioiodine therapy

Kim EH, Lee DK, Kim CW, Song IS, Jun SH

BACKGROUND: Radioiodine therapy has been widely used for thyroid disease patients, but hyposalivation and xerostomia may occur in 10~30% of patients. Sialocentesis is a procedure that removes inflammatory substances in...
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Sialolithotomy of the submandibular duct using sialendoscopy

Lee DK, Kim EH, Kim CW, Kang MH, Song IS, Jun SH

BACKGROUND: Conventionally, indirect radiography has been used to diagnose salivary gland diseases. However, with the development of sialendoscopy, diagnosis and treatment of salivary gland diseases have become more effective. Herein,...
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A Case of Sebaceous Carcinoma of the Submandibular Gland

Bae SH, Kim MJ, Lee SM, Park HS

Sebaceous carcinoma of the salivary gland is an extremely unordinary malignancy occurring mainly in the parotid gland. Sebaceous carcinoma arising in the submandibular gland is exceptional and only three cases...
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Deep Neck Infection Complicated by Isolated Submandibular Gland Fracture Due to Blunt Trauma: A Case Report

Hong YS, Cho YS

Isolated blunt traumatic injury to the submandibular gland is very rare. In the previous case reports, most patients with isolated submandibular gland injury had a good prognosis without any major...
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Robot-assisted submandibular gland excision via modified facelift incision

Jung SW, Kim YK, Cha YH, Koh YW, Nam W

BACKGROUND: The conventional transcervical resection for submandibular gland disease has some risks and an unsatisfactory cosmetic result. Recently, robot-assisted surgery has been developed as a plausible substitute for conventional surgery...
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Removal of submandibular calculi by surgical method and hydraulic power with curved needle: a case report

Cho SH, Han JD, Kim JH, Lee SH, Jo JB, Kim CH, Kim BJ

Sialolithiasis, the most common salivary gland pathology, is caused by calculi in the gland itself and its duct. While patients with small sialoliths can undergo conservative treatment, those with standard-size...
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Submandibular sialolithiasis with CT and scintigraphy: CT values and salivary gland excretion in the submandibular glands

Ogura I, Hayama K, Sue M, Oda T, Sasaki Y

PURPOSE: Sialolithiasis is one of the most prevalent large obstructive disorders of the submandibular glands. The aim of this study was to investigate submandibular sialolithiasis with computed tomography (CT) and...
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Rabbit submandibular salivary gland replantation

Almansoori AA, Khentii N, Hei WH, Seo N, Lee SH, Kim SM, Lee JH

OBJECTIVES: To test the feasibility of submandibular salivary gland (SMG) replantation techniques and the survival of the replanted glands. Such a study can provide a rationale for later allotransplantation procedures,...
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In situ Hybridization for the Detection and Localization of the Bitter Taste Receptor Tas2r108 in the Murine Submandibular Gland

Ki SY, Cho YK, Chung KM, Kim KN

Mammals have 3 pairs of major salivary glands i.e., the parotid, submandibular, and sublingual glands. Saliva secretion of these glands is modulated by taste perception. Salivary glands are composed mainly...
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