Department of Oncology, Avicenna Tajik State Medical University, Tajikistan
*Corresponding Author: NI Bazarov, Department of Oncology, Avicenna Tajik State Medical University, Tajikistan.
Received: May 26, 2023; Published: June 27, 2023
Tumors of the salivary glands consist from 1% to 25% of all tumors of the human body and 3-6% of the number of neoplasms of the head and neck region, and in the vast majority of cases they occur in the parotid glands (A.I. Paches, 1983; I.F. Romacheva., et al. 1987, C. Theriault., et al. 1986, R. Brusati., et al. 1987, R.K. Khaznchi., et al. 1988, C.A. Waldron., et al. 1988, T.A. Buchholz., et al. 1992; D. Pedersen., et al. 1993).
Tumors of the salivary glands prevail in patients aged 21 to 65 years; Their frequency decreases after 70 years, which is obviously associated with age-related atrophy of the glands, slow growth of the tumor process, difficulties in the preventive examination of elderly and senile people (Y.I. Bernadsky, 1984; I.F. Romacheva., et al. 1987; A.O. Minkin, 1989, N.V. Mishina., et al. 1995, J. Witten., et al. 1990; R.E. Talyor., et al. 1993).
Y.I. Bernadsky (1970, 1984), A.I. Paches (1971, 1983) suggest the distribution of tumors of the salivary glands to epithelial, non-epithelial (connective), neurogenic, intermediate (acinocellular tumor) groups. In each of these four groups, there are benign, malignant and intermediate variants. Treatment of benign tumors of the salivary glands is operative enucleation with a capsule, in addition to the polymorphic adenoma, which is resected with the underlying areas of the gland, separating the branches of the facial nerve from the main stem along the Redon or peripheral branches along Kovtunovich. In the postoperative period, patients with SLE often have lymphorrhea and salivation, which lead to the blotting out of the postoperative bandage, prolongation of the healing of the postoperative wound, and create inconvenience for patients during eating and sleeping [1-5]. Given all of the above post-operative complications (lymphorrhea and salivation) after surgical treatment tumors of the salivary glands we provide a method of conservative treatment of this condition.
Keywords: Eating; Sleeping; Salivary Glands
Citation: NI Bazarov. “Method of Conservative Therapy of Salinity and Lymphoma After Resection of Parotid Gland on Tumors and Tumor-Like Processes". Acta Scientific Clinical Case Reports 4.7 (2023): 25-26.
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