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The larger one follows the mandibular duct and opens beside it (Figure 2).
In domestic animals dog and cat, the mandibular duct leaves the deep surface of the gland, crossing along the face of the occipitomandibular part of the digastric and styloglossus muscles, and opens at the sublingual caruncle in the mouth, little evident and near the frenulum (ELLENPORT, 1986; SCHALLER et al.
10) Dogs will typically present with a swelling located either ventral to the mandible (sublingual or mandibular duct rupture) or ventral to the ear canal (parotid duct rupture).