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Suppurative sialoadenitis and abcesses (acute)

Suppurative sialoadenitis and abcesses (acute)

Acute suppurative sialoadenitis is an inflammatory condition of the salivary gland which occurs due to some underlying infective condition, most commonly, a bacterial infection. This can arise in either of the three salivary glands namely parotid, submandibular or sublingual gland.

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