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Canine head, dissected to reveal the salivary glands

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Photograph of a dissected dog's head (sagittal section, cut just off the midline) to reveal the salivary glands. The sublingual and mandibular salivary glands can be seen. Also visible are the brain, the nasal cavity and sinuses, and muscles of the head, neck and tongue.

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