sialogram


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sialogram

[sī′al·ə‚gram]
(medicine)
Roentgenogram of a salivary duct system after the injection of an opaque medium.
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In these cases of painful salivary gland associated with chronic sialadenitis, in the absence of calculi, MR Sialogram gives a clue about the ductal system.
In this case an OPG would have avoided the need for sialogram and MRI along with the associated delay.
An MR sialogram was acquired through each parotid gland in an oblique sagittal orientation, which proved to be the most useful diagnostic sequence (Fig.
19) If the intraparenchymal ducts are dilated grossly and the smaller ducts are not filling in the sialogram, the physician should suspect that the gland is nonfunctional.