Reporting a Rare Case of Obstructive Sialadenitis of Submandibular Gland Due to a Nail-like Fish Bone Foreign Body

Introduction: Foreign body-associated sialadenitis of the submandibular gland is uncommon and poorly reported in the literature. A diagnosis of a Nail-like fish bone foreign body entering the Wharton’s duct and causing acute sialadenitis is presented in this study. Foreign bodies must be investigated, and all suspicious areas must be thoroughly tested to prevent potential complications…
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March 11, 2021 0