sialoadenitis


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Related to sialoadenitis: Sjogren's syndrome
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si·al·ad·e·ni·tis

, sialoadenitis
n. sialoadenitis, infl. de una glándula salival.

sialoadenitis

n sialoadenitis f
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Por presencia de xerostomia y xeroftalmia asociado a ENA (anticuerpos nucleares extractables) positivos se realizo biopsia de glandula salival menor que documento sialoadenitis cronica severa (Figura 1).
The most common salivary gland disorders were acute sialoadenitis and sialolithiasis seen with equal frequency.
Minor salivary gland biopsy showed grade IV sialoadenitis according to Chisholm grading criteria.
La sialoadenitis esclerosante cronica o tumor de Kuttner se caracteriza por la afectacion de glandulas submandibulares, aunque tambien pueden afectarse las parotidas.
7] Sublingual salivary gland tumours may mimic lesions like lymphoma, retention cyst, sialolithiasis, sialoadenitis, etc.
Histopathology: In minor salivary glands (obtained through normal-appearing mucosa) focal lymphocytic sialoadenitis, evaluated by an expert histopathologist, with a focus score [greater than or equal to]1, defined as a number of lymphocytic foci (which are adjacent to normal-appearing mucous acini and contain more than 50 lymphocytes) per 4 [mm.
Generally, in human, suppurative sialoadenitis is caused by ascendant migration of agents from septic focus in oral cavity, such as chronic tonsillitis and dental sepsis, in patients with reduced salivary flow (2).