HSGT


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HSGT

abbr.
high-speed ground transit
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At the head and neck level, salivary tissue is present in the major salivary glands (parotid, submandibular, and sublingual glands), minor salivary glands (upper aerodigestive tract), and accessory salivary glands (immediate anterior periparotid region), and this is present in association with branchial cleft anomalies, or more rarely, as heterotopic salivary gland tissue (HSGT).
HSGT is susceptible to the same disorders than those affecting the major and minor salivary glands, namely, infectious or inflammatory disorders, as well as neoplastic diseases.
If linked effectively with highways and air service, HSGT technologies - particularly gun could have a significant impact on congestion in the future.
efforts on HSGT began with the High Speed Ground Transportation Act of 1965.