. Diseases of the dog and their treatment. Dogs. 50 DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE APPARATUS. generally forms abscesses which open, the pus (scapes, and the sore heals up in a short time. The submaxillary generally breaks through the skin and the sublingual into the cavity of the mouth. Q'here is never any serious consequences in any of these cases. Fig. 17.. Glands of the head : 1, parotid gland ; 2, submaxillary gland ; 3, subzygomatic gland ; 4, Wharton's duct; 5, Bartholin's duct; 6, palatine gland ; 7, orbital gland ; 8, Nuckian duct; 9, lachrymal gland. Therapeutics. In the primary form of pa

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. Diseases of the dog and their treatment. Dogs. 50 DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE APPARATUS. generally forms abscesses which open, the pus (scapes, and the sore heals up in a short time. The submaxillary generally breaks through the skin and the sublingual into the cavity of the mouth. Q'here is never any serious consequences in any of these cases. Fig. 17.. Glands of the head : 1, parotid gland ; 2, submaxillary gland ; 3, subzygomatic gland ; 4, Wharton's duct; 5, Bartholin's duct; 6, palatine gland ; 7, orbital gland ; 8, Nuckian duct; 9, lachrymal gland. Therapeutics. In the primary form of pa
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. Diseases of the dog and their treatment. Dogs. 50 DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE APPARATUS. generally forms abscesses which open, the pus (scapes, and the sore heals up in a short time. The submaxillary generally breaks through the skin and the sublingual into the cavity of the mouth. Q'here is never any serious consequences in any of these cases. Fig. 17.. Glands of the head : 1, parotid gland ; 2, submaxillary gland ; 3, subzygomatic gland ; 4, Wharton's duct; 5, Bartholin's duct; 6, palatine gland ; 7, orbital gland ; 8, Nuckian duct; 9, lachrymal gland. Therapeutics. In the primary form of parotitis, where we do not have the formation of an abscess, we obtain good results with warm applications. Keep the animals as quiet as possible, and then rub on ointments, such as vaselin and yellow oxide of mercury. As soon as we see that the swelling is not going down within a certain time, but increasing gradually, we must try and open the abscess as soon as possible and allow the pus to escape. If fluc- tuation can be felt, cut down on that point; but if not, the skin and fascia have to be carefully cut in the dependent portion, making a good-sized opening. The gland is now exposed, the pus can be detected and opened,, a drainage-tube inserted and. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Mu?ller, Georg Alfred, 1851-1923; Glass, Alexander; Glass, Alexander, tr. Philadelphia, Franklin

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