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Salivary glands
There are several salivary glands and glands in the mouth and pharynx. The largest are the lower tongue salivary glands and the ear salivary glands, but there are also smaller glands in which processes can run. They all have the same theme and are treated together here.
See also: salivary gland drainage ducts, tonsils, deep oral mucosa, oral and pharyngeal mucosa
• Unable to swallow a (food) chunk due to too little saliva (right side), i.e. wanting to swallow something but cannot or should not.
• Not being able to spit out a (vomit) chunk because of not enough saliva (left side), so getting something you don't want, you want to spit something out, vomit it up.
Difference between left and right see annular animal.
CA phase
Increase in function, increase in cells in the salivary glands.
Biological utility
• Feeding kibble better to salivate. Result: chunk slips in more easily.
• Spitting out chunk better. Result: chunk slips out more easily.
Enlargement of salivary gland(s), possibly overproduction of saliva.
PCL phase
Normalization of function. Degradation of extra cells by fungi or TB bacteria, if present.
Salivary gland inflammation. Fatigue and/or night sweats, swelling, fever, smelly saliva, foul taste.
Strong pain, chills.
Hanging healing or many relapses: decrease in ear salivary gland and saliva production, dry, "sticky" mouth, cystic fibrosis, Sjögren's syndrome (see also endoderm).