parotid - submandibular salivary

558 Pins467 Followers
Submandibular region (GSM), left, transverse. After activating the color duplex mode, an artery (asterisk) with clear flow signals can be seen running parallel to the duct. It is very similar in appearance to the duct in the B-mode image. MM, mylohyoid muscle; ZG, tongue.

Submandibular region (GSM), left, transverse. After activating the color duplex mode, an artery (asterisk) with clear flow signals can be seen running parallel to the duct. It is very similar in appearance to the duct in the B-mode image. MM, mylohyoid muscle; ZG, tongue.

Longitudinal section of the right submandibular gland (GSM). The facial artery (AF) penetrates the posterior part of the gland, while the mylohyoid muscle (MM) tapers offanteriorly in the hilum of the gland. The posterior belly of the digastric muscle (MD) borders the gland at the caudal pole. The immediate vicinity of the oral cavity is clear from the position of the tongue (ZU).

Longitudinal section of the right submandibular gland (GSM). The facial artery (AF) penetrates the posterior part of the gland, while the mylohyoid muscle (MM) tapers offanteriorly in the hilum of the gland. The posterior belly of the digastric muscle (MD) borders the gland at the caudal pole. The immediate vicinity of the oral cavity is clear from the position of the tongue (ZU).

Cross-section of the left submandibular gland (GSM). The probe, however, is held sagittally in the craniocaudal direction. The mylohyoid muscle (MM) and digastric muscle (MD) can be seen clearly. The complete acoustic shadowing of the mandible (UK) forms the cranial/left border of the image. Lying almost immediately adjacent are the tongue (ZU) and tonsillar bed. The muscle fibers of the platysma can be distinguished as a hypoechoic layer, which forms the superficial border. AF, facial…

Cross-section of the left submandibular gland (GSM). The probe, however, is held sagittally in the craniocaudal direction. The mylohyoid muscle (MM) and digastric muscle (MD) can be seen clearly. The complete acoustic shadowing of the mandible (UK) forms the cranial/left border of the image. Lying almost immediately adjacent are the tongue (ZU) and tonsillar bed. The muscle fibers of the platysma can be distinguished as a hypoechoic layer, which forms the superficial border. AF, facial…

Submandibular region, left, transverse. The parenchymal structure of the submandibular gland (GSM) is unremarkable but shows an anechoic band (asterisk), outlined by an echogenic contour in the hilar region between the mylohyoid muscle (MM) and the tongue (ZG). This was initially suspected to be a dilated submandibular duct.

Submandibular region, left, transverse. The parenchymal structure of the submandibular gland (GSM) is unremarkable but shows an anechoic band (asterisk), outlined by an echogenic contour in the hilar region between the mylohyoid muscle (MM) and the tongue (ZG). This was initially suspected to be a dilated submandibular duct.

Split screen of the thyroid (SD) and parotid gland (GP) on the left. Both solid glands show a similar homogeneous hyperechoic pattern of internal echoes. ACC, common carotid artery; MD, digastric muscle; MSCM, sternocleidomastoid muscle; TR, trachea; UK, mandible.

Split screen of the thyroid (SD) and parotid gland (GP) on the left. Both solid glands show a similar homogeneous hyperechoic pattern of internal echoes. ACC, common carotid artery; MD, digastric muscle; MSCM, sternocleidomastoid muscle; TR, trachea; UK, mandible.

US image shows a mioepithelial carcinoma in the left parotid. The lesion shows well defined borders and a heterogeneous structure.

US image shows a mioepithelial carcinoma in the left parotid. The lesion shows well defined borders and a heterogeneous structure.

cistoadenolinfoma (tumore di Warthin) (Warthin's cancer

cistoadenolinfoma (tumore di Warthin) (Warthin's cancer

Left transverse view of the submandibular region, showing the left submandibular gland (GSM) in longitudinal section. The anterior extension of the mylohyoid muscle (MM) divides the body of the gland and the uncinate process. The tongue (ZU) and tonsil (T) are immediately adjacent.

Left transverse view of the submandibular region, showing the left submandibular gland (GSM) in longitudinal section. The anterior extension of the mylohyoid muscle (MM) divides the body of the gland and the uncinate process. The tongue (ZU) and tonsil (T) are immediately adjacent.

Αποτέλεσμα εικόνας για cyst adenolymphoma parotid

Αποτέλεσμα εικόνας για cyst adenolymphoma parotid

Αποτέλεσμα εικόνας για warthin parotide

Αποτέλεσμα εικόνας για warthin parotide

Αποτέλεσμα εικόνας για warthin parotide

Αποτέλεσμα εικόνας για warthin parotide

Ultrasonographic image longitudinal view of the left preauricular region shows a well-defined anechoic area measuring 3.3 × 1.9 × 3 cm seen in the superficial part of the left parotid gland.

Ultrasonographic image longitudinal view of the left preauricular region shows a well-defined anechoic area measuring × × 3 cm seen in the superficial part of the left parotid gland.

Accessory sublingual gland prolapsing through mylohyoid boutonnière | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Accessory sublingual gland prolapsing through mylohyoid boutonnière | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Floor of the mouth, paramedian, right, transverse. The right sublingual gland (GSL) is luxated outward through the mylohyoid muscle (MM) by contraction of the tongue. Diagnosis: Muscular dehiscence of the mylohyoid muscle.

Floor of the mouth, paramedian, right, transverse. The right sublingual gland (GSL) is luxated outward through the mylohyoid muscle (MM) by contraction of the tongue. Diagnosis: Muscular dehiscence of the mylohyoid muscle.

Midline transverse view of the floor of the mouth/mid-tongue. The paired sublingual glands (GLS) lie medial to the inner side of the mandible (UK). The muscles of the floor of the mouth and of the tongue constitute the surrounding structures. MD, digastric muscle; MGG, genioglossus muscle; MGH, geniohyoid muscle; MM, mylohyoid muscle; ZU, tongue.

Midline transverse view of the floor of the mouth/mid-tongue. The paired sublingual glands (GLS) lie medial to the inner side of the mandible (UK). The muscles of the floor of the mouth and of the tongue constitute the surrounding structures. MD, digastric muscle; MGG, genioglossus muscle; MGH, geniohyoid muscle; MM, mylohyoid muscle; ZU, tongue.

Pinterest
Search