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Entwicklung der Speicheldrüsen

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Part of the Spezielle pathologische Anatomie book series (SPEZIELLE, volume 1 / 1)

Zusammenfassung

Die Entwicklung aller Speicheldrüsen erfolgt aus der ektodermalen Mundbucht durch solide Epithelsprossen der Mundschleimhaut. Die Anlage der Submandibularis findet in der 6. Embryonalwoche statt, die der Parotis in der 7. und die der Sublingualis in der 9. Embryonalwoche. Bis zum Ende des 3. Embryonalmonates haben alle Speicheldrüsen ihren definitiven Platz erreicht. Dabei hat sich die Parotis am weitesten von ihrem oralen Aussprossungspunkt entfernt.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institut für Pathologie der UniversitätHamburgDeutschland

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