sialography

<investigation, radiology> An X-ray study of the salivary ducts. ... A contrast material is injected into the salivary duct (within the mouth) to highlight the coarse and calibre of the ducts. This test is used to detect a stricture or blockage (for example stones, tumour) of the salivary ducts. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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sialography

(si″ә-logĀ“rә-fe) radiographic demonstration of the salivary ducts by means of the injection of substances opaque to x-rays.
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sialography

sialography Radiographic demonstration of the salivary ducts by means of the injection of substances opaque to x-radiation. Other related saliva and/or spittle units: ptyalo-; salivo-; sput-.
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sialography

Type: Term Pronunciation: sī′ă-log′ră-fē Definitions: 1. Radiography of the salivary glands and ducts after the introduction of contrast medium into the ducts. Synonyms: ptyalography
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Sialography

Sialography (also termed radiosialography) is the radiographic examination of the salivary glands. It usually involves the injection of a small amount of contrast medium into the salivary duct of a single gland, followed by routine X-ray projections. The resulting diagram is called a sialogram. ==Indications== Indications include: Contraindication...
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sialography

Inspection of the salivary ducts and glands by radiograph after the injection of a radiopaque medium.
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