Salivary gland tissue death

Salivary gland tissue death

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Salivary gland tissue death. Necrotising sialometaplasia on the roof of a 60-year-old man's mouth. This condition is the premature death of salivary gland tissue, often caused by trauma. It is usually painless and resolves by itself within about three months.

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