Pathologie salivaire médicale

  title={Pathologie salivaire m{\'e}dicale},
  author={Benjamin Bourgeois and Agathe Masseau and M. Hamidou and Claude Beauvillain de Montreuil},
  journal={Emc - Oto-rhino-laryngologie},
4 Citations
Les règles de prescription des antibiotiques en chirurgie orale
Les resistances face aux antibiotiques sont de plus en plus importantes, il est donc necessaire de prescrire de facon plus juste et plus adaptee pour lutter contre ce phenomene : c’est un reel enjeuExpand
Parotidite induite par la clozapine : à propos d’un cas
Resume L’implication de la clozapine dans l’induction d’une pathologie parotidienne est peu connue. Les rapports de cas faisant etat d’atteintes parotidiennes concomitantes d’une prescription deExpand
Manifestations salivaires dans la Maladie Fibrosclérosante Multiple à IgG4.
Une atteinte salivaire multiple doit faire suspecter le diagnostic d'une maladie fibrosclerosante multiple a IgG4, et do it faire realiser systematiquement un dosage des sous-classes des immunoglobulines G. Expand
Patología médica de las glándulas salivales
La patologia medica de las glandulas salivales constituye un campo amplio y su tratamiento requiere una cierta experiencia y, en ocasiones, la colaboracion de distintos especialistas. NumerososExpand


A double-blind placebo-controlled trial of botulinum toxin B for sialorrhea in Parkinson’s disease
An Anatomically guided injections of botulinum toxin B into the parotid and submandibular glands appear to effectively improve sialorrhea without compromising dysphagia in patients with PD. Expand
An update of the etiology and management of xerostomia.
A large number of potential systemic therapies of long-standing xerostomia now exist, and particularly immunosuppressants-are of fundamental interest for the potential reduction of gland damage in Sjögren's syndrome but as yet are of limited clinical usefulness. Expand
Castleman's Disease as an Unusual Neck Mass: Case Report
Castleman's disease is a rare, benign disease of unknown cause that induces reactive lymph node hyperplasia, most commonly in the mediastinum. It has 2 histologic subtypes: hyaline vascular andExpand
Clinical review of 580 ranulas.
Three patterns of ranula have similar clinical and histopathologic findings, although plunging ranula has some different clinical features, and removal of the sublingual gland via an intraoral approach is necessary in the management of various clinical patterns of the ranula. Expand
Comparison of submandibular/sublingual salivary flow rates in children and adolescents.
  • R. Rosivack
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of dentistry for children
  • 2004
No significant difference was found between the stimulated submandibular salivary flow rates of children ages 5 to 9 years and 10 to 14 years and adults ages 18 to 39 years. Expand
Diagnosing bulimia nervosa with parotid gland swelling.
A 22-year-old woman with BN who had bilateral parotid gland swelling, serum electrolyte alteration and no dental stigmata is presented, her principal concern was the associated cosmetic deformity. Expand
Extracorporeal Lithotripsy for Salivary Calculi: A Long‐Term Clinical Experience
The validity of extracorporeal electromagnetic shock wave lithotripsy as a minimally invasive therapy for sialolithiasis was assessed in a large series of patients with a long‐term clinical follow‐up. Expand
Inefficacy of infliximab in primary Sjögren's syndrome: results of the randomized, controlled Trial of Remicade in Primary Sjögren's Syndrome (TRIPSS).
This randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of an anti-TNF agent did not show any evidence of efficacy of infliximab in primary SS. Expand
Juvenile recurrent parotitis: a new method of diagnosis and treatment.
A new treatment modality of irrigation and dilation under direct vision by endoscopically guided miniature surgical instruments is presented, providing the possibility of a correct diagnosis and treatment of Juvenile recurrent parotitis. Expand
Kimura Disease: A Clinicopathologic Study of 21 Cases
Twenty-one cases with nodal involvement that, histologically, are consistent with Kimura disease are reported, with characteristic histologic features that are important to recognize and can be used to differentiate it from hypersensitivity and drug reactions and infections. Expand