Research Article| Volume 27, ISSUE 6, P780-785, June 1969

Sialolithiasis of the minor salivary glands

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        1. The clinical and histopathologic features of two cases of the extremely rare sialolithiasis of the minor salivary glands are discussed.
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        2. The calculi are shown to be of the organic type, and some of their histochemical characteristics are briefly described.
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        3. The pathologic changes within the related minor salivary glands are shown to parallel those noted in obstructed major salivary glands.
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