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What is the cost of sialendoscopy in lucknow is it possible to put the stone out from the salivery duct without any operation
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Depends upon location of stone, most of the cases requires operation
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Salivary duct stone removal  is not any major operation. Surgery( minor surgery 10 to 15 minutes) is necessary. Conservatively you have to drink lot of water. Increase vitamin C intake and massage the area externally from back to front.
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Yes it is possible to take the stone out of salivary duct.
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It is a minor operation.size and place of the stone  determine the time .
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It depends on location and size of stone
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