Salivary Duct Stent For Submandibular and Parotid Gland





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Published on Aug 20, 2012

Salivary Stent For Submandibular Gland or Parotid Gland.

Salivary duct pathology is challenging to treat with respect to management of the duct after intervention. A salivary duct stent and short-term stent placement (1-3 weeks) is a great adjunct that is helpful after salivary gland endoscopy procedures, trans-oral stone removal, duct marsupalization, or duct re-location, traumatic duct injury.

It is also useful intra-operatively to localize the duct and prevent injury while performing trans-oral procedures such as sublingual gland excisions for ranula formation.

For further information
Contact: Rohan R Walvekar, MD Email: rrohanw@yahoo.com


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