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mandibular gland

[man′dib·yə·lər ′gland]
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Demonstration of histochemical and immunohistochemical reactions on mandibular gland. Group 1 Group 2 PAS AB Lectin PAS AB Mucous corpus glandula (+) (++) (-) (++) (+) Serous demilune (-) (-) (+) (-) (-) Pars initialis (-) (-) (+) (-) (-) Pars secretory (-) (-) (++) (-) (-) Pars excretory (-) (-) (++) (-) (-) Group 3 Lectin P AS AB Lectin Mucous corpus glandula (-) (+) (++) (-) Serous demilune (+) (-) (-) (+) Pars initialis (+) (-) (-) (+) Pars secretory (+++) (-) (-) (++) Pars excretory (+++) (-) (-) (++)
[1,3] Sub mandibular gland haemangiomas are also rare, they represent only 12% of all the salivary gland haemangiomas, [2] only 15 cases of sub mandibular haemangiomas have been reported in English literature till date.
Study sample consisted of a total of 57 patients with sialoliths in sub mandibular gland. A detailed proforma was designed for this study.
The mandibular gland shows a rounded contour and its duct crosses along the occiptomandibular face of the digastric muscle and styloglossus muscle and opens in the mouth on the sublingual caruncle near the frenulum (Figure 1 and 2).
Variation with caste of the mandibular gland secretion in leaf-cutting ant Atta sexdens rubropilosa.
Especially, the occipital artery and branches that extended to the mandibular gland and to the medial retropharyngeal lenf node of the ascending palatine artery were responsible for the vascularization of the cranial cervical ganglion.
The predisposition to calculi, and ability to tolerate expansion, lead to a higher incidence of giant calculi associated with sub mandibular gland.
In a series of 68 patients with oncocytic salivary gland tumors, 84% of tumors occurred in the parotid gland, 11% occurred in the soft mandibular gland, and 5% represented incidental findings in the cervical lymph nodes) Most patients presented with unilateral painless masses.
The males have two mandibular glands and antennae basically 4-segmented with an anellus, while the female has one gland and do not break off the antennae and wings when they penetrate through the ostiolum (Ramirez, 1970).
Among these substances is a blend of ten-carbon functionalized fatty acids produced in the mandibular glands. These acids have their functional group at the penultimate ([Omega]-1) position of the carbon chain in queens and at the last ([Omega]) position in workers.