sialadenitis


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Related to sialadenitis: chronic sialadenitis, Sjogren's syndrome

sialadenitis

[sī¦al·ə·də′nīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of a salivary gland.
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8%) was most common followed by sialadenitis of the submandibular salivary gland (34.
Acute suppurative sialadenitis or abscess formation is not uncommon in sialolithiasis, as observed in our case.
Kuttner tumor and Mikulicz's syndrome, which were observed in our patients, are two similar disorders that both share a common feature of sialadenitis and now are considered as IgG4-related disease.
The spectrum of IgG4-RD is still being investigated but can involve many organ systems such as autoimmune pancreatitis, IgG4-related sclerosing cholangitis, IgG4-related retroperitoneal fibrosis, IgG4-related sialadenitis, or IgG4-related orbital inflammatory pseudotumor.
Histopathology * Lip biopsy showing focal lymphocytic sialadenitis (focus score > 1 per 4 [mm.
For example, bacterial sialadenitis, involves the parotid glands, is accompanied by swelling, pain, fever and erythema of the overlying skin.
Concurrent sialocoele and necrotising sialadenitis in a dog.
Quatro relatos de caso: Suppurative sialadenitis in mandibular gland of a dog--ultrasonographic aspect; Complicagoes pos-cirurgicas apos a excisao de carcinoma de celulas escamosas na regiao perianal em femea equina; Parasitism by dioctophyme renale (goeze, 1782) in maned wolf (chrysocyon brachyurus), Brazil; e Apresentagao atipica de tumor venereo transmissivel cutaneo em um cao.
Histologically, they consist of a circumscribed cavity full of mucin between the connective tissue and the submucosa provoking an increase of the mucosa with thinning of the epithelial surface, surrounded by granulation tissue and inflammatory cells with the fundamental characteristic that they lack epithelial lining, contrary to retention mucoceles, which are real cysts constituting a cavity lined by a layer of squamous epithelium, associated to canalolitiasis and sialadenitis syndromes, most prevalent in populations over 40 years of age (7).
Morphological studies revealed that the minor salivary glands of RA patients were highly infiltrated with lymphocytes and that the alterations also included fibrosis, acinar atrophy and lymphoplasma cell sialadenitis (14,15).
In addition, xerostomia may lead to infections such as candidiasis and acute suppurative sialadenitis.
Many lesions of salivary gland initially considered as neoplasm may be in fact, intra parotid lymph nodes, localized chronic sialadenitis, benign lymphoepithileal lesion and cysts.