Definition: 'Lingual Salivary Gland Depression'
lingual salivary gland depressionType: Term
1. an indentation on the lingual surface of the mandible within which a portion of the submandibular gland lies; it appears radiographically as a sharply circumscribed ovoid radiolucency between the mandibular canal and the inferior border of the posterior mandible.
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