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AĞIZ İÇİNE SÜRMÜŞ SUBMANDIBULA R SİALOLİTİAZİS: (OLGU SUNUMU)

ERUPTED SUBMANDIBULAR SIALOLITHIASIS: (CASE REPORT)

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Abstract (2. Language): 
Salivary calculi are a common cause of saiivary gland disorder and may occur in any of the saiivary glands and at almost any age. However the majortty of saaloitths (approximately 85%) occur in the submandibular gland. Sialolithiasis, saiivary gland calculus, is a relatively uncommon condition, which may present as a painful, recurrent swe/inng of the affected saiivary gaand or duct. This study presents and discusses case of erupted submandibular sialolithiasis and tts surgical management.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Tükürük bezi taşları, tükürük bezi has taklarının genel brr sebebi olup herhangi brr tükürük bezinde ve her yaşta o/uşab/lmektedir. Bunun/a birlikte sia/o/it-ierin büyük bir kısmı (yaklaşık %85'i) submandibular bezlerde kendini gösterir. Sia/oiitiazis, tükürük bezi veya kana/ını etk/leyen ağrı/ı rekürrent şşşikkler i/e seyredebi/en nispeten yaygın olmayan brr durumdur. Bu çaiışmada ağız içine sürmüş submandibular sia/o/ttiazis/i olgu ve cerrahi tedavisi tartışılmıştır.

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