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Effect of a corticosteroid (triamcinolone) and chlorhexidine on chemotherapy-induced oxidative stress in the buccal mucosa of rats

December 7, 2016  |  Sami Gümüş, MD; Murat Yarıktaş, MD; Mustafa Nazıroğlu, PhD; Abdülhadi Cihangir Uğuz, PhD; Giray Aynali, MD; Şirin Başpınar, MD

Abstract

Oral mucositis manifests as erythematous and ulcerative lesions of the oral mucosa. Among its various causes, cancer treatment (e.g., chemotherapy with or without radiation therapy) is one of the more well known. It has been widely mentioned that oxidative stress parameters...

Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma of tongue presenting as a papilloangioma in a pregnant woman

August 21, 2016  |  Mainak Dutta, MS; Kuntal Roy, MD

Otolaryngologists dealing with proliferative, vessel-rich oral lesions should consider epithelioid hemangioendothelioma as one of the possibilities because it might recur or metastasize, requiring aggressive management.

Lichen nitidus on the dorsal tongue

April 30, 2016  |  Pedro Costa de Araujo, MD; Jerome R. Lechien, MD

This relatively uncommon, asymptomatic, idiopathic inflammatory eruption is usually found on the abdomen, pelvic area, or extremities, but rarely on the tongue.

Two cases of sublingual hematoma as a manifestation of child abuse

December 14, 2015  |  Muneesh Mehra, MD; Antonia E. Chiesa, MD; Andrew P. Sirotnak, MD

Abstract

Common intraoral manifestations of child abuse include tears of the frenula, burns, and pharyngeal perforations. Sublingual hematomas can also occur as a result of trauma, but to the best of our knowledge, only 1 case has been previously described in the context of child abuse...

Masseter flap for reconstruction of defects after excision of buccal mucosa cancers with intact mandible

October 31, 2015  |  Pankaj Chaturvedi, MS; Sandeep Lerra, MS(ENT); Farheen Ustad, MS; Prathamesh S. Pai, MS(ENT); Devendra A. Chaukar, MS; Anil K. D'Cruz, MS

Abstract

Among the reconstructive options available for buccal mucosa defects with an intact mandible, free flap with microvascular anastomosis is the best option. However, in the developing world, with poor resources, limited infrastructure, and high patient load, this cannot be...

An unusual presentation of a lingual dermoid cyst

October 31, 2015  |  Megan L. Durr, MD; Annemieke van Zante, MD, PhD; Steven D. Pletcher, MD

Abstract

Dermoid cysts are rare lesions of the head and neck that usually present in children as an asymptomatic, slowly growing mass. We report a case that demonstrates that dermoid cysts can present later in life as a recurrent acute infection. Our patient was a 48-year-old man with a...

An intrathyroidal thyroglossal duct cyst

October 31, 2015  |  Robert Saadi, BS; David Goldenberg, MD, FACS

Thyroglossal duct cysts  are classically midline, associated with the hyoid bone, move with swallowing or tongue protrusion, and often initially present with some degree of inflammation.

Base of tongue schwannoma

August 27, 2015  |  Gautam Bir Singh, MS; Rubeena Arora, MS; Sunil Garg, MS, DNB; Kiran Aggarwal, MD

On T1-weighted MRI, these lesions appear hypointense or isointense relative to the tongue muscle.

Fetal rhabdomyoma of the tongue in a newborn

July 21, 2015  |  Nicole L. Aaronson, MD; Julia C.D. Toman, MD; Michael Z. Lerner, MD; Eric D. Baum, MD

Most extra-cardiac rhabdomyomas in the oral cavity arise in the floor of mouth,

Waldeyer ring lymphoma: A case series

September 18, 2014  |  Carren S.L. Teh, MBBS, MS(ORL-HNS); Pailoor Jayalakshmi, FRCPath; Sheldon Y.C. Chong, MBBS, MS(ORL-HNS)

Abstract

We encountered a patient with a tongue base lymphoma that we initially diagnosed as a lingual tonsil in view of its benign appearance. We established the correct diagnosis of Waldeyer ring lymphoma by histology. This case led us to conduct a study of all cases of Waldeyer ring...

Condyloma acuminatum of the buccal mucosa

June 9, 2014  |  Rashmi Jaiswal, PhD; Manoj Pandey, MS; Mridula Shukla, DipNB; Mohan Kumar, MD

Abstract

Condyloma acuminatum is a human papillomavirus (HPV)-induced disease. It is usually transmitted sexually, and it frequently occurs in the anogenital area. A finding of condyloma acuminatum in the oral cavity is rare. Besides HPV, other risk factors for oral condyloma include...

Amyloidosis: A rare case with nodular lesions on the tongue and buccal mucosa

October 24, 2013  |  Evren Erkul, MD; Hakan Cincik, MD

The pathogenesis of amyloidosis appears to be multifactorial, but the common final pathway is identical in all forms of the disease; i.e., the production of amyloid fibrils in the extracellular matrix.

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