Sublingual Gland

The sublingual gland, as its name implies, lies under the floor of the mouth and on the side of the tongue. It is one of the three major pairs of salivary glands. Each sublingual gland possesses several small sublingual ducts that empty into the floor of the mouth in an area posterior to the submandibular duct.

 

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