PMID: 350Aug 1, 1975

Parotid secretion and its pharmacologically induced variants (author's transl)

HNO
R Chilla, R Arold

Abstract

The secretion of alpha-amylase and electrolytes by the parotid gland is now well understood and similarities exist in this respect between man and animals. Many modern drugs influence parotid secretion and morphology, and these are discussed.

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