Gland Quizzes & Trivia
Oral Pathology- salivary gland diseases, etc.
Questions: 22 | Attempts: 100 | Last updated: Dec 13, 2012
Sample QuestionA cyst is a pathologic epithelial lined sac with fluid.
Olfactory glands are a type of nasal glands that are very essential in our bodies. As we get to learn more about these glands and how they work. Do you think you understood that we learned in class these past weeks or do you need...
Questions: 25 | Attempts: 53 | Last updated: Mar 28, 2019
Sample QuestionOlfactory glands
Tumors of salivary glands
Questions: 18 | Attempts: 27 | Last updated: Nov 15, 2018
Sample QuestionThe normal histology of salivary glands includes
Bailey's Chapter 37
Questions: 11 | Attempts: 20 | Last updated: Jul 30, 2011
Sample QuestionCN VII exits the styloidmastoid foramen and
Questions: 23 | Attempts: 8 | Last updated: Feb 11, 2013
Sample QuestionLoss of sensation from the temporal region and loss of secretory function of the parotid gland would be caused by interruption of which nerve?
What is the most likely diagnosis? A 35 year old HIV positive female presents with slow bilateral enlargement of her salivary and lacrimal glands. Microscopically, marked lymphocytic infiltration...
Often times a serious and terminal disease can lead to other diseases and ailments. In this case, a patient who has HIV may experience other issues as well. This patient who is relatively young is now feeling a difference and probably painful sensati
What is the difference between Sebaceous And Sweat Glands?
Both sebaceous and sweat glands give off fluids onto the top of the skin. The primary difference between sebaceous glands and sweat glands is that sebaceous glands secrete sebum into hair follicles, and sweat glands exude sweat. Sebum is an oily mate
Where is salivary heterotopic tissue most likely to be found?
Near the parotid gland; in the extra nodal space
45 year old male smoker presents with a slow growing facial mass that flucuates in size, what is the most likely microscopic description?More
Cystic spaces narrowed by polypoid projections of lymphoepithelial elements