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Sialadenitis is a salivary gland infection resulting from an obstruction of the salivary gland. The obstruction causes the saliva flow to be reduced and the bacterial overgrowth within the salivary gland causes sialadenitis. For more information see our website http://www.brightonimplantclinic.co.uk
Sialolithiasis (also termed salivary calculi, or salivary stones), is a condition where a calcified mass or sialolith forms within a salivary gland, usually in the duct of the submandibular gland (also termed "Wharton's duct"). Less commonly the parotid gland or rarely the sublingual gland or a minor salivary gland may develop salivary stones. The usual symptoms are pain and swelling of the affected salivary gland, both of which get worse when salivary flow is stimulated, e.g. with the sight, thought, smell or taste of food, or with hunger or chewing. This is often termed "mealtime syndrome".Inflammation or infection of the gland may develop as a result. Sialolithiasis may also develop because of the presence of existing chronic infection of the glands, dehydration (e.g. use of phenothiazines), Sjögren's syndrome and/or increased local levels of calcium, but in many instances the cause is idiopathic (unknown). The condition is usually managed by removing the stone, and several different techniques are available. Rarely, removal of the submandibular gland may become necessary in cases of recurrent stone formation. Sialolithiasis is common, accounting for about 50% of all disease occurring in the major salivary glands and causing symptoms in about 0.45% of the general population. Persons aged 30–60 and males are more likely to develop sialolithiasis. Source: Wikipedia El cálculo de la glándula salival (sialolitiasis) es una concreción, principalmente de sales minerales de calcio (calculus) que se forma en los conductos de las glándulas salivales. Pueden llegar a producir obstrucciones e inflamaciones (sialitis) que pueden causar dolor al comer, cuando se incrementa la producción de saliva, e infecciones de la glándula. La mayoría de este tipo de cálculo se forma en la glándula submandibular. Music: Different Heaven & EH!DE - My Heart [NCS Release]
This video describes treatment of Parotid and submandibular salivary gland infections. The video is for doctors and healthcare providers only. Please consult your doctor prior to following the recommendations in the video. For more information about Dr. Kakani, please visit www.licent.org
Sorry for the late video, after this video I was bedridden with what seems to of been the flu. Finally, feeling better and will be doing another video soon. I have had problems with my Parotid salivary glands for many years. I also recently got diagnosed with secondary Sjogrens. Let me know in the comments below if you've had a similar issue. I know I have many viewers with Sjogrens as well! Hope to hear from you all. https://www.livehopelupus.org https://instagram.com/samanthamwayne
This is a video of me removing a salivary gland stone, or a sialolith, from my submandibular salivary gland (right under your tongue). It's not like I decided to do this in the beginning, it just kind of happened that way. I went to an Urgent Care clinic in the morning since the pain was so bad and before I could get into and EENT doctor in the afternoon the pressure was causing things to happen on their own without much help. As I watched it unfold I thought, "might as well get some cool video and just finish what's going to happen anyways."
Les hablamos de la Sialoadenitis, la inflamación de las glándulas salivares. Es la inflamación recurrente de las glándulas salivares. Se produce una reducción de la saliva, este trastorno suele estar causado por la presencia de cálculos o piedras que se depositan en el conducto salival. Sialoadenitis Cronica Sialoadenitis Pdf Sialoadenitis Submaxilar Que Es Sialoadenitis Adenitis Adenitis Mesenterica Niños Sialoadenitis Bacteriana Sialoadenitis Tratamiento Sialoadenitis Parotidea Sialoadenitis Aguda Adenitis Cervical Tratamiento Tratamiento Adenitis Mesenterica
patient had Rt. Submandiblar sialoadenitis with sialolithiasis
Dr. Norberto Martinez aboard UNTV Radio Mobile Booth in Brgy. Concepcion in Quezon City discusses Sialedenitis, an infection of saliva glands to give medical advice to a complaints of a 30-year-old patient. There is more to mornings than your usual daily-paper-and-coffee habit. GMK showcases heightened and unmatched public services, sensible exchanges of stories and opinions, and trustworthy news reports. GOOD MORNING KUYA Aired December 29, 2014 at UNTV 37 For more info, visit http://www.untvweb.com/program/good-morning-kuya/