Laryngorhinootologie 2006; 85(3): 168-170
DOI: 10.1055/s-2006-939457
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Exstirpation des Submandibularisganges bei Steinerkrankungen der Glandula submandibularis

Extirpation of the submandibular gland canal in sialolithiasisT. Brusis
  • Köln
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Publication History

Publication Date:
21 March 2006 (online)

 

Abstract

Sialolithiasis can be caused by one or more stones or small concrements. They can be located in the gland itself or in its duct and can be difficult to identify by CT, MRI or sonography when they are very small. Therefore the salivary duct should be removed as a routine part of salivary gland removal. If a concrement is only located in the duct and not in the gland itself the use of CO2-Laser has proven to be a reliable in our experience.

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