Cells localized in the GnRH receptor and mRNA receptor submaxillary
gland have been shown by Bing et al.
Histochemical studies on the rat submaxillary
gland during post-natal development.
Role of [beta]-receptors in regulation of electrolytes in rat submaxillary
equi infection: Vap A virulence associated antigen (pulmonary or intestinal lesions of foals, pulmonary lesions of AIDS patient); Vap B intermediately virulence associated antigen (submaxillary
lymph nodes of pigs, pulmonary lesions of AIDS patient) and avirulent (isolated from soil).
Bleeding and hematoma into the sublingual and submaxillary
spaces may also create a pseudo-Ludwig's phenomenon .
Sotelo, "Low contents of nerve growth factor in serum and submaxillary
gland of diabetic mice.
The main three pairs of salivary glands in humans (parotid, submaxillary
, and sublingual) together with the minor salivary glands generate 0.75-1.5 liters of this exocrine secretion per day.
A scar around the ulnar side of the distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint and submaxillary
hematoma in index finger was observed.
The parotid gland is the most common site of oncocytic changes , but they have also been noted in the submaxillary
gland, sublingual gland, larynx, soft palate, hard palate, and nasal cavities.
Time-and dosedependent effect of triiodothyronine on submaxillary
gland epidermal growth factor concentration in adult female mice.
In our case, we studied a patient with systemic symptoms, submaxillary
adenopathy, and imaging explorations that initially guided toward a lymphoproliferative process.
His oral mucosa is dried, right submaxillary
cervical lymphadenopathies of approximately 3X4 cm, jugular ingurgitation grade I, cardiac rhythm veiled with a murmur, pulmonary sounds diminished with expiratory wheezing and moist rales in the left lung base.