Disorders of Salivary Glands
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Primary salivary gland disorders are uncommon in the pediatric population. Infectious, neoplastic, granulomatous, and systemic disorders can occur, thereby resulting in a broad differential diagnosis. Several advances have been made over the past decade with regard to minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures aimed to treat salivary gland pathology.
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