In the past several decades, the medical community has witnessed professionals, instead of generalizing their knowledge, specialize in a specific area of practice. Head and neck surgery have thus become a major specialty within the surgical domain, and the management of specific gland disorders encompasses a broad array of both benign and malignant diseases. Diagnostic Techniques and Therapeutic Strategies for Parotid Gland Disorders is a collection of innovative research on the clinical and diagnostic techniques as well as several therapeutic strategies of parotid gland disorders. Serving as a quick reference and practice manual, the book addresses a wide range of topics including embryological development and anomalies, histology and surgical anatomy, physiology, parotid gland evaluation, xerostomia, traumatic injuries and fistulae, calculi, sialosis, sialadenitis, cysts and tumors of the parotid gland, and the various techniques and potential complications of parotidectomy including Frey’s syndrome, in addition to extra-temporal facial nerve reconstruction procedures. It is ideally designed for medical professionals, surgeons, researchers, academicians, and medical students.