A case of Sialolithiasis of Parotid Gland

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An obstructive c/o of siolithiasis with secondary infection as resulted in abscess which discharged orally through Stenson's duct Submandibular glands were regional lymphadenopathy or sioadinitis Well managed and relieved the pt who already has undergone surgical procedures but poor workout landed him in repeated illness Massage is clear steps to investigate and manage ethically Common illness but needs methodical approach

Thanx dr Md Altaf Hussain
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Nice presentation.. Sialolithiasis of parotid gland.. Clinical case.. History.. patients profile.. nice.. Physical examination.. Investigation..CBC.. HRUSG Parotid gland.. Investigation CT scan.. Nice information useful information updated sir.. thanks doctor..

Thanks doctor Narendra Kumar
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Parotid sialolithiasis is not very common.. More than 80% of salivary sialoliths occur in the submandibular duct or gland, 6–15% occur in the parotid gland and around 2% are in the sublingual and minor salivary glands. Males > Females Nice case presentation

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Nicely complied case Of Sialolithiasis of parotid gland With secondary infection resulted in abscess which discharged orally through Stenson 's duct. History , patient profile , physical examination , investigation , management and successful surgical intervention but poor work out landed in repeated illness. Sharing of such case is a learning and refreshing experience.

Thanks Dear Hussain
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An important and very much educative information on Sialolithiasis of Parotid Gland. This post is very useful and helpful tips for me. Thank you Sir@Dr. Ajit Jangbahadur and thanks@Expert Insights for your valuable sharing.

Thank you Sir@Dr. Shivraj Agarwal .
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WELCOME. SIR DR. @ AJIT JANGBAHADUR. JI SUGGESTIVE. OF PAROTID. GLAND'S RARE SIALOLITHIASIS NICELY DIAGNOSED WELL MANAGED BEAUTIFULLY UPDATED

SIALOLITHIASIS - PAROTID GLAND: Stone formation within Major Salivary Gland. ( Benign condition): Finally diagnosed by USG & CT- Scan, Nicely presented the operative case with clear conception by Curofy Expert Clinical Case.Thanks to Dr.Ajit Jangbahadur,Surgeon for successful management.

Very informative and educational case study about Sialolithiasis benign condition of major salivary glands. It's common symptoms, etiology, complications , case history, physical examination, investigations , differential diagnosis , clinical managements and post operative period as well as follow -up. Gives an important knowledge plan of treatment. Thanks for sharing useful study case Sir.

Thanks Dr Rakesh Kayashth (pt)
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Nice case presentation and we'll managed sir. Key point to remember is even if the gland due to any reason is removed there are other glands in the mouth which will help in producing saliva and mastication. Minor sialolith doesn't pose much problem,problem arises when they enlarge and block salivary flow.

Very nice presentation tq
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