Department of Oral Biochemistry, Academic Centre for Dentistry Amsterdam (ACTA), Amsterdam, the Netherlands | Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery / Oral Pathology ...
KOL Resume for Saskia Kraaij
Department of Oral Biochemistry, Academic Centre for Dentistry Amsterdam (ACTA), Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery / Oral Pathology VU University Medical Center and Academic Centre of Dentistry Amsterdam (ACTA), Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery/Oral Pathology VU University Medical Center and Academic Centre for Dentistry Amsterdam (ACTA), Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Departments of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery/Oral Pathology, VU University Medical Centre/Academic Centre for Dentistry Amsterdam (ACTA), Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Saskia Kraaij: Influence Statistics
|sialoliths inorganic material||#3|
|recorded systemic diseases||#4|
|patients salivary stones||#4|
|208 control patients||#4|
|submandibular sialoliths cbct||#5|
|submandibular sialoliths volumes||#5|
|volume submandibular sialoliths||#5|
|volume microct scans||#5|
|volumes removed stones||#5|
|microct scans volume||#5|
|study pretreatment volumes||#5|
|computer tomography cbct||#5|
|submandibular sialoliths vivo||#5|
|volume removed stones||#5|
|volumes submandibular sialoliths||#5|
|pretreatment volumes cbct||#5|
|biochemical composition stones||#5|
|salivary stones symptoms||#7|
|salivary stones size||#7|
|key pointssalivary stones||#7|
|biochemical composition treatment||#7|
|systemic diseases medication||#7|
|aetiology biochemical composition||#7|
|sialoliths calcified concrements||#7|
|submandibular salivary stones||#7|
|presence salivary stones||#7|
|management salivary stones||#8|
|salivary stone formation||#8|
|salivary gland presence||#9|
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Prominent publications by Saskia Kraaij
Key PointsSalivary stones or sialoliths are calcified concrements in the salivary glands, most frequently located in Wharton's duct of the submandibular gland.Salivary stones consist of a mineralised nucleus, surrounded by laminated layers of organic and inorganic substances.The management of salivary stones depends on the size and location of the stone.
|Known for Salivary Stones | Biochemical Composition | Submandibular Gland | Laminated Layers | Size Location|
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the possible relationship between the presence of salivary stones and systemic diseases, medication, smoking, and alcohol consumption.
STUDY DESIGN: A retrospective, case control study. Medical records of patients with salivary stones and those of control patients without salivary stones were retrospectively reviewed. Data regarding the affected salivary gland, the presence of systemic disease, and the use of medication, tobacco, and alcohol were recorded. ...
|Known for Salivary Stones | Systemic Diseases | Alcohol Consumption | Case Control | Medical Records|
Biochemical composition of salivary stones in relation to stone- and patient-related factors
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BACKGROUND: Salivary stones are calcified structures most often found in the main duct of the submandibular or parotid salivary gland. They contain of a core surrounded by laminated layers of organic and inorganic material.
MATERIAL AND METHODS: Submandibular and parotid sialoliths (n=155) were collected at the department of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery of a general hospital between February 1982 and September 2012. The weight of the sialoliths was determined and the consistency was ...
|Known for Salivary Gland|
Key People For Salivary Stones
Saskia Kraaij:Expert Impact
Concepts for whichSaskia Kraaijhas direct influence:Salivary stones, Biochemical composition, Systemic diseases, Patients salivary stones, Salivary stones patients, Computer tomography, Submandibular salivary stones, Submandibular sialoliths.
Saskia Kraaij:KOL impact
Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Saskia Kraaij has influence:Salivary stones, Submandibular gland, Acid stimulation, Laser‐induced lithotripsy, Biochemical composition, Mandibular symphysis, Systemic diseases.
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