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  1. 1. • The first salivary gland to develop is • Accessory salivary glands • Parotid gland • Sublingual salivary gland • Submandibular salivary gland
  2. 2. Submandibular salivary gland is separated into superficial and deep portions by • Mylohyoid muscle • Digastric muscle • Buccinator muscle • Sternomastoid muscle
  3. 3. Submandibular salivary gland swelling is differentiated from submandibular lymphadenitis clinically by • Presence of transillumination in submandibular salivary gland • Palpation from behind the patient • Bidigital palpation • Movement during swallowing
  4. 4. Parotid calculi are diagnosed by • Plain radiograph occlusal view • Plain radiograph of parotid gland • CT scan • Xray skull lateral view
  5. 5. In submandibular salivary gland surgery, the branch of facial nerve at risk is • Upper zygomatic nerve • Buccal nerve • Marginal mandibular nerve • Lower zygomatic nerve