Small glands of the oral cavity Glandulae salivariae minores

32 Labial glands. Gll. labiales. Small salivary glands at the inner aspect of the lips. B

33 Buccal glands. Gll. buccales. Small mucous salivary glands at the inner aspect of the cheeks. B

34 Molar glands. Gll. molares. Salivary glands corresponding to the buccal glands situated beneath the mucosal at the level of the molar teeth. B

35 Palatine glands. Gll. palatinae. Salivary glands situated beneath the mucosa of the palate. (Two large groups right and left of the midline.) D

36 Lingual glands. Gll. linguales. Numerous mucous, serous and mixed glands primarily in the lateral and posterior areas of the tongue. B

37 Anterior lingual glands. Gl. lingualis anterior [[gl. apicis linguae, Nuhn's glands]]. Mixed glands near the apex of the tongue providing several drainage ducts on the undersurface of the tongue. B

Gll Salivariae Canine

1 Major salivary glands. Glandulae salivariae majores.

2 Sublingual gland. Glandula sublingualis. Predominantly mucous gland situated on the my-lohyoid muscle diaphragma oris. It contains several drainage ducts. D

3 Major sublingual duct. Ductus sublingulis major. Main drainage duct of the sublingual gland. It opens at the sublingual caruncle next to the submandibular duct. D

14 Minor sublingual ducts. Ductus sublinguales minores. About 40 small ducts that drain the sublingual gland and open along the sublingual fold and the sublingual caruncle. D

5 Submandibular gland. Glandula submandibu-laris. Predominantly serous salivary gland located almost entirely below the mylohyoid. D F

6 Submandibular duct. Ductus submandibu-laris. Duct that drains the submandibular gland. It loops around the posterior margin of the mylohyoid accompanied by glandular tissue and opens at the sublingual caruncle. D

7 Parotid gland. Glandula parotidea. Salivary gland located behind and on the mandibular ramus. F

8 Superficial part. Pars superficialis. The parts of the parotid gland located superficial to the facial nerve. F

9 Deep part. Pars produnda. Parts of the parotid gland located deep with respect to the facial nerve. F

10 Accessory parotid gland. Glandula parotidea accessoria. Portion of the parotid gland located on the masseter muscle near the parotid excretory duct. F

11 Parotid duct. Ductus parotideus. Excretory duct of the parotid gland. It passes around the anterior margin of the masseter and opens near the second upper molar tooth. F

13 Crown of tooth. Corona dentis. Portion of the tooth covered by enamel. E

14 Cusp of tooth. Cuspis dentis [[tuberculum]]. 15 protuberances on the occlusal surface of tooth (with the exception of the incisors). E

15 Apex of cusp. Apex cuspidis. E

16 Dental tubercle. Tuberculum dentis. Distinct eminence on the side of the crown, especially in canine and incisor teeth. A

17 Transverse ridge. Crista transversalis. Transverse connecting ridge between adjacent cusps. B

18 Triangular ridge. Crista triangularis. Triangular connecting ridge between the cusps of the molars. B

19 Clinical crown. Corona clinica. Portion of the tooth projecting above the gum. C

20 Neck of tooth. Cervix [[collum]] dentis. Portion of the tooth at the enamel-cementum border. E

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