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Response to “Interventional sialendoscopy for treatment of juvenile recurrent parotitis”.
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The article by Gary et al. First, the authors understated that “Sialendoscopy is a relatively new procedure introduced by Marchal et al  ” and a book of Dr.
Marchal was cited. The first reports on sialendoscopy were published by Dr.
Katz from Paris, France,  and Dr. The use of sialendoscopy as a tool in diagnosis and management of salivary gland infections, including juvenile recurrent parotitis, was recently reviewed by Carlson  and Patel and Karlis.
Second, the authors described that “An informed consent was obtained from the parents of the patients for management with interventional sialendoscopy. Clinical consent reviews something that has been known, whereas research consent must point to uncertain or unpredictable study results.
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Once a surgeon introduces an innovative surgery to patients, he or she should take 2 situations into account: Meanwhile, the surgeon is also eager to apply that innovation for the same reasons. Moreover, research involving humans must not be mixed with routine practice and then later reported as a retrospective study.
For details on ethical aspects of endoscopic surgery of salivary glands, we sallivaires interested readers to our recent publication. Third, the authors mentioned in their surgical technique that “The oral cavity can be kept open using splints.
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The devices frequently used to keep the mouth open during intraoral procedures, are called ” mouth gag ” [Figure – 3] and ” mouth prop ” [Figure – 4] -both are not a type of intraoral splints. Lastly, there is an inaccurate citation in the Discussion of the article: Interventional sialendoscopy for treatment of juvenile recurrent parotitis. J Lithiaess Assoc Pediatr Surg ; Back to cited text no.
Un nouveau mode d’exploration des glandes salivaires: Die endoskopisch kontrollierte Laserlithotripsie zur Behandlung der Sialolithiasis. Nouvelles techniques de traitements szlivaires lithiases salivaires: Sialoendoscopie et lithotripsie extra-corporelle.
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Ann Otolaryngol Chir Cervicofac ; Outcome of minimally invasive management of salivary calculi in 4, patients. Guerre A, Katz P. Lithotripsie extracorporelle LEC salivaire: Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac ; Diagnosis and management of salivary gland infections. Patel A, Karlis V. Diagnosis and management of pediatric salivary gland infections.
Endoscope-assisted repair of medial orbital wall fractures using a retrocaruncular approach. J Oral Maxillofac Surg ; A review of outcomes, complications, and ethical concerns.
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