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acute submandibular adenitis

Retrograde inflammation of submandibular gland caused by obstruction and stenosis of duct is called submandibular gland inflammation, which is often complicated with salivary stone. The main clinical manifestations were swelling and pain of submandibular gland, with purulent secretion and overflow of self guide tube orifice. The incidence rate of this disease is high, most of which are chronic. At present, there are more effective therapeutic drugs and methods, and the cure rate is high. Those who do not receive treatment in time or without formal treatment have poor curative effect. Therefore, early treatment is the key.

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