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Salivary Gland

Question Answer
Salivary glands develop as buds into ______ tissue (embryologically)Mesenchymal
The _____ salivary gland has primarily serous salivaParotid
The _____ salivary gland has primarily mucous salivaSublingual
The _____ salivary gland has mixed salivaSubmandibular
Minor Salivary glands are all over the oral cavity except for what 3 locations?Anterior 1/3 of hard palate, Attached gingiva, Anterior 1/3 of dorsal tongue
What is the most common type of salivary gland disorder?Obstructive (most common stone site submandibular)
T/F: saliva is a very "irritating substance"True
T/F: A mucocele is a true cystFalse (no epithelial lining)
T/F: A mucocele is not a true cystTrue (no epithelial lining)
What are the 2 most common locations of Pseudocysts?Lower lip or Buccal mucosa (traumatized minor SG's)
What microbe is responsible for Acute Suppurative Sialadenitis?S. Aureus
What viral disease that affects a Salivary gland can also lead to sterility in males?Mumps
Which have a higher incidence of malignant tumors... Minor or Major salivary glands?Minor
T/F: Warthin's tumor is malignantFalse (benign)
T/F: Adenoid Cystic Carcinomas have a very poor prognosistrue?
_______ carcinoma is the most common type of salivary gland malignancy in adults.Mucoepidermoid