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  • MORPHOLOGY;PAROTID GLAND;SALIVARY GLAND;BUFFALO CALVES

  • Parotid salivary gland was irregularly quadrilateral in shape. Its colour, extent, superficial and deep relations as well as the origin, course and relations of parotid duct were identical to those in the bovine. Its arterial blood supply was from the parotid branch of the common carotid artery and the rostral and caudal auricular branches of the external maxillary artery. The veins drained into the external jugular vein. The use of lipiodol ultrafluid gave a better visualization of the gland, a good contrast in sialograms and produced no complications post-operatively. The advanced stages of the lymphadenitis caused progressive extraluminal pressure on the Stensen’s duct resulting in corresponding or complete atrophy of this gland.

  • [1] Dhablania, D.C. (College of Veterinary Science Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana 141004, (India). Clinics)
    [2] Tyagi, R.P.S. (Haryana Agricultural University, Hissar, 135004, (India))
    [3] Khatra, G.S. (Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana 141004 (India). College of Veterinary Science)

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Dhablania, D.C.. (1987). Gross morphology and sialography of the parotid salivary gland in buffalo calves (bubalus bubalis).  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 6 (2) ,40-44


Dhablania, D.C.. "Gross morphology and sialography of the parotid salivary gland in buffalo calves (bubalus bubalis)" Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 6, 1987, 40-44.

Dhablania, D.C.. (1987). Gross morphology and sialography of the parotid salivary gland in buffalo calves (bubalus bubalis).  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 6 (2) ,40-44