COMPARATIVE RADIOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE INTRAGLANDULAR DUCTS SYSTEM OF PAROTID SALIVARY GLAND OF ADULT MALE INDIGENOUS GAZELLE(SUBGUTTTUROSA) AND SHEEP(AWASSI).
Basrah Journal of Veterinary Research,
Volume 18, Issue 1, Pages 183-194
The present study was aimed to investigate the intraglandular duct system pattern in a parotid salivary gland in both gazelle and sheep. Eight parotid glands were used, three types of contras media were used, and some radiological parameters Kv. 80, time exposure 10 msec with focus film distance 80 cm. The radiological results showed that the parotid salivary gland in gazelle made up of five lobes, the intraglandular duct system appear as highly branched, and the main execratory duct formed inside the gland by union of five lobar ducts, while in sheep the gland appear formed from three-lobe and main duct formed from three lobar ducts inside the gland .
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