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Submandibular Calculi Removal (Salivary Gland Stone Removal) mayo stand and back table surgery setup

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Submandibular Calculi Removal (Salivary Gland Stone Removal) surgery instruments

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What to expect during Submandibular Calculi Removal (Salivary Gland Stone Removal)

Positioning Supine Drapes Folded blue towels and an ENT drape, or split drape around the head Step 1: Preparing for Salivary Gland Stone Removal Salivary gland stones, also known as Sialolithiasis, can be a source of discomfort and pain for patients. These stones, ranging in size from 1mm to a few centimeters, often lead to gland swelling and pain. Initially, non-invasive methods are attempted to alleviate the issue, but if the stones persist, surgical removal may be necessary. In this step-by-step guide, we will focus on the instruments required for Salivary Gland Stone Removal and when they are needed during…
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