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Submandibular Duct

Summary Information: Submandibular Duct

Submandibular Duct: The submandibular duct is a type of salivary gland duct. The submandibular duct is a small tube that connects the submandibular gland to the oral cavity. Saliva that is produced in the submandibular gland flows into the submandibular duct and then into the mouth at the base of the tongue. The submandibular duct also drains saliva that is produced by the sublingual glands.

Conditions that afflict the submandibular duct include mumps, tumors, infections, salivary duct calculus and salivary gland neoplasm.

Closely Related Organs: Submandibular Duct

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Submandibular Duct

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Other Names: Submandibular Duct

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Submandibular Duct

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