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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi, may I answer your health queries right now ? Please type your query here... Hi I am suffering from atrophic rhinopharingitis after wrong treatment by silver nitrate and others wrong treatments in my throat. As a result from these treatments , my pharingial mucous atrophied,and 10 years later in 2006, after I born my second child began to atrophied My nasal mucous. I have problems with breathing and sleeping, when the air is dry I have lungs and kidney pain.My others salivary glands are working in my mouth, I have not bad smell in my nose, it is not ozena! Resently ,I have read a scietific report about rescue of salivary glands by scietists from Groningen Ã???Ã??Ã?¢??Nitherlands . My question is: Is it possible ,using cells from my others salivary glands to regenerate or Transplant exocrine glands in the throat and the nose?                                                  
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Doctor :   There are no fruitful and large studies yet
Doctor :   that say salivary gland cell can regenerate
Doctor :   exocrine glands in the throat and nose
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