submandibular


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sub·man·dib·u·lar

 (sŭb′măn-dĭb′yə-lər)
adj.
Submaxillary.

submandibular

(ˌsʌbmænˈdɪbjʊlə)
adj
(Anatomy) another word for submaxillary

sub•man•dib•u•lar

(ˌsʌb mænˈdɪb yə lər)
adj.
1. situated below the mandible.
2. of or pertaining to either of a pair of glands secreting both serum and saliva, situated beneath the mandibles.
[1870–80]
Translations

sub·man·dib·u·lar

a. submandibular, debajo de la mandíbula.

submandibular

adj submandibular
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Treatment was by local enucleation, superficial parotidectomy and total submandibular gland excision.
We have previously shown in autopsies of Parkinson's patients that the abnormal proteins associated with Parkinson's are consistently found in the submandibular saliva glands, found under the lower jaw.
3) These tumours generally originate in the parotid gland but may arise in the submandibular or minor salivary gland.
Salivary stones most commonly occur in the submandibular glands (up to 90% of cases) and parotid glands (5 to 20%).
63% of pleomorphic adenoma occurs in parotid gland, (1, 2 5,6,10) followed by 38% in minor salivary glands and 10% in submandibular glands.
1) They are common in the parotid gland, followed by submandibular and other salivary glands.
C-Mac videolaryngoscope and Venner AP Advance video laryngoscope Macintosh 3 and 4 blades sit along the floor of the mouth and displace the submandibular tissues antero-laterally.
On physical examination, there were no pathological findings except for a palpable submandibular lymphadenopathy.
Salivary gland stones (Sialothiasis) most commonly occur in the Submandibular duct.
The objective of this work was to evaluate the morphological characteristics of salivary glands (parotid, submandibular, sublingual) as observed in rats subjected to aerobic physical training and cafeteria diet after weaning.
2,3) Tambien se han descrito como causas fractura mandibular, sialoadenitis submandibular, infecciones faringeas o amigdalinas, infecciones a cuerpo extrano o infecciones secundarias a un carcinoma de celulas escamosas; tambien se ha relacionado a la presencia de algunas enfermedades como anemia aplasica, neutropenia, inmunodeficiencias, diabetes o a condiciones como alcoholismo, desnutricion y trasplante de organos.