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Submandibular Duct Stone
A concretion in the submandibular duct.
National Institutes of Health
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Sialolithiasis of Right Submandibular Duct of Unusual Size
Indian Journal of Surgery
Corpus ID: 49293696
We present a case of a 35-year-old gentleman with a submandibular duct stone measuring 12 × 6 mm. Considering the literature…
Unusually large sialolith of the Wharton’s duct : A case report
Corpus ID: 56270294
The estimated frequency of occurrence of sialoliths is 1.2%. They are frequently formed in the submandibular gland. They are…
Giant submandibular sialolith: A case report and literature review
Zeinab A AlQudehy
Corpus ID: 77467761
Submandibular sialolithiasis is the most common disease of salivary glands. Giant stone of more than 3 cm is extremely rare with…
Salivary Duct Carcinoma with Unusual Clinical Course of Sialolithiasis
K. Y. Kim
H. S. Park
S. M. Chung
Corpus ID: 73019329
Salivary duct carcinoma is a high-grade malignant tumor that is histologically similar to ductal carcinoma of the breast. It…
Ultrasound-guided basket retrieval of a submandibular duct stone in a child.
Journal of pediatric surgery
Corpus ID: 42715895
We describe the successful use of ultrasound-guided retrieval of a submandibular stone with a basket, in a 13-year-old child.
Submandibular sialoplasty for stone removal and treatment of a stricture.
The British journal of oral & maxillofacial…
Corpus ID: 35150666
Two cases are presented in which non-operative removal of a submandibular duct stone and dilatation of a duct stricture were…
Use of an embolectomy catheter to remove a submandibular duct stone
The British journal of surgery
Corpus ID: 41298207
Head and Neck Poster Presentations
Corpus ID: 57364020
A 33-year-old white woman had a ranula of the right floor of the mouth that developed two months following an excision of a small…
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