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Good effort. Getting to cannulate the stenson's duct is not easy and being able to obtain such good opacification of not only the entire duct but nearly all of its intraparenchymal radicles is both brilliant radiology and radiography. That the radiographic projections steered clear of the dental artefacts points to experience on the part of the radiographic team. Thanks for sharing.