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Salivary ducts
There are several salivary glands and glands with associated drainage passages in the mouth and pharynx. The largest are the lower tongue salivary glands and the ear salivary glands, but there are also drainage passages of smaller glands into which processes can run. They all have the same theme and are treated together here.
See also: salivary glands, tonsils, deep oral mucosa, oral and pharyngeal mucosa
Sensitivity follows the oral mucosa diagram.
Whether the drainage passages are to the left or right of the mouth depends on biological dexterity.
Not wanting or being allowed to eat something, that is, not being able to, wanting or being allowed to salivate, not getting the food into the mouth.
Also metaphorically: wanting something but not getting it, having something forced upon you but not wanting it.
CA phase
Decrease in lining of drainage corridors.
Biological utility
Wider drainage passages to allow more saliva to flow in.
With intense conflict: painful pulling of salivary drainage passages.
PCL phase
Reconstruction of the lining of the drainage passages of the salivary glands.
Mumps. Clogging of drainage passages due to healing swelling. Congestion and syndrome causes additional swelling. No pain. Location of swelling indicates which salivary gland(s) is involved.