Otolaryngology Book


Neonatal Sialadenitis

Aka: Neonatal Sialadenitis, Newborn Parotitis, Sialoadenitis in Infants
  1. See Also
    1. Sialadenitis
    2. Viral Sialadenitis
  2. Epidemiology
    1. Specific type of Sialadenitis to newborns
  3. Pathophysiology
    1. Staphylococcus aureus (most common)
    2. Escherichia coli
    3. Pseudomonas aeruginosa
    4. Branhamella catarrhalis
  4. Risk Factors
    1. Oral anatomic abnormalities
    2. Dehydration
    3. Prematurity
  5. Signs
    1. Warm, tender single Salivary Gland (usually parotid)
  6. Labs
    1. Gram Stain and culture of Salivary duct secretions
      1. Parotid duct (Stensen's Duct) at upper second molar
  7. Management
    1. Increase hydration
    2. Oral antibiotics
  8. Course
    1. Resolution usually within 1 week
  9. References
    1. Walner in Cummings (1998) Otolaryngology, p. 5-121

Parotitis (C0030583)

Definition (NCI) Inflammation of the parotid glands.
Concepts Disease or Syndrome (T047)
MSH D010309
ICD10 K11.2
SnomedCT 196484005, 196481002, 14756005
English Parotitides, Parotiditis, Parotiditides, PAROTITIS, parotitis (diagnosis), parotitis, Parotitis [Disease/Finding], parotiditis, Parotitis NOS (disorder), Parotitis (disorder), Parotitis, NOS, Parotitis, Parotitis NOS
French PAROTIDITE, Parotidite
Spanish PAROTIDITIS, paperas, SAI, parotiditis, SAI, fiebre urliana, SAI, parotiditis, SAI (trastorno), Parotitis, parotitis (trastorno), parotitis, Parotiditis
German PAROTITIS, Parotiditis, Parotitis
Dutch parotiditis, parotitis, Parotitis
Swedish Öronspottkörtelinflammation
Japanese ジカセンエン, 耳下腺炎
Czech parotitida, Parotitida
Finnish Parotiitti
Portuguese PAROTIDITE, Parotite, Parotidite
Italian Parotidite, Parotite
Polish Zapalenie ślinianki przyusznej
Hungarian Parotitis, parotiditis
Norwegian Ørespyttkjertelbetennelse, Parotitis
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)

Sialadenitis (C0037023)

Definition (NCI) An acute or chronic inflammatory process affecting a salivary gland. Signs and symptoms include pain and tenderness in the affected area.
Definition (MSH) INFLAMMATION of salivary tissue (SALIVARY GLANDS), usually due to INFECTION or injuries.
Concepts Disease or Syndrome (T047)
MSH D012793
ICD9 527.2
ICD10 K11.2, K11.20
SnomedCT 196481002, 196490009, 266494007, 155655005, 42982001
English Sialadenitides, SIALOADENITIS, Sialoadenitis NOS, Sialadenitis, sialoadenitis, sialoadenitis (diagnosis), Sialadenitis [Disease/Finding], Sialoadenitides, Salivary Gland Adenitides, Salivary Gland Adenitis, Salivary Gland Inflammation, Inflammation, Salivary Gland, Sialadenitis, Chronic, Salivary Gland Inflammations, Chronic Sialadenitides, Sialadenitides, Chronic, Inflammations, Salivary Gland, Sialoadenitis, Adenitis, Salivary Gland, Chronic Sialadenitis, Adenitides, Salivary Gland, sialadenitis, Sialoadenitis, unspecified, Sialoadenitis NOS (disorder), Sialoadenitis (disorder), adenitis; salivary gland, salivary gland; adenitis, salivary gland; inflammation, Sialoadenitis, NOS, Sialadenitis, NOS, Sialitides, Sialitis
French SIALADENITE, Sialadénite SAI, Sialadénite, Sialoadénite
Portuguese SIALADENITE, Sialoadenite NE, Sialoadenite, Sialadenite, Sialite
Spanish SIALADENITIS, Sialoadenitis NEOM, sialoadenitis, SAI (trastorno), sialoadenitis, SAI, sialoadenitis (trastorno), sialoadenitis, Sialoadenitis, sialadenitis, Sialadenitis, Sialitis
Dutch speekselklierontsteking NAO, sialoadenitis, adenitis; speekselklier, speekselklier; adenitis, speekselklier; ontsteking, sialo-adenitis, Adenitis, sialo-, Sialoadenitis
German Sialadenitis NNB, SPEICHELDRUESENENTZUENDUNG, Sialadenitis, Speicheldrüsenentzündung
Italian Scialoadenite NAS, Scialadenite, Sialoadenite, Sialite, Scialoadenite
Japanese 唾液腺炎NOS, ダエキセンエン, ダエキセンエンNOS, 唾液腺炎
Swedish Spottkörtelinflammation
Czech slinné žlázy - zánět, sialadenitida, Sialoadenitida NOS, Sialoadenitida
Finnish Sialadeniitti
Korean 침샘염
Croatian Not Translated[Sialadenitis]
Polish Zapalenie ślinianek
Hungarian sialoadenitis, Sialadenitis, sialoadenitis k.m.n.
Norwegian Spyttkjertelbetennelse
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)

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