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Approach to benign tumors of the palate: Analysis of 28 cases

August 16, 2011  |  Ahmet Ural, MD, Murat Livaoğlu, MD, Devrim Bektaş, MD, Osman Bahadır, MD, Atilla Hesapçıoğlu, MD, Mehmet İmamoğlu, MD, and Abdülcemal Ümit Işık, MD

Abstract

We conducted a retrospective analysis of 28 patients-15 men and 13 women, aged 17 to 71 years (mean: 41.6)-who had undergone surgery for the treatment of a benign tumor of the hard or soft palate. The most common chief complaint was a palatal mass, which was reported by 14...

Hemangioma of a posterior ethmoid sinus: Report of a rare case

December 17, 2010  |  Anuj Kumar Goel, MS, Samar P.S. Yadav, MS, and Rati Goel, BDS

Abstract

Very few cases of hemangioma of the ethmoid sinuses have been reported in the literature. These lesions can be difficult to diagnose in the paranasal sinuses because obtaining an adequate biopsy specimen can be dangerous in view of the potential for profuse bleeding. We report...

Submandibular gland hemangioma: Clinicopathologic features and a review of the literature

November 1, 2010  |  Sudesh Kumar, MS, DNB, Ashok K. Gupta, MS, DLO, MNAMS, and Jayamanti Bakshi, MS, DNB, MNAMS

Abstract

We conducted a retrospective study to determine the incidence and characteristics of submandibular gland hemangioma at our institution. We reviewed the records of all patients who had undergone submandibular gland excision from January 1998 through December 2006. We found a...

Successful treatment of cutaneous hemangioma of infancy with topical imiquimod 5%: A report of 3 cases

March 1, 2010  |  Andrew J. Senchak, DO, Michael Dann, MD, Benjamin Cable, MD, and Glenn Bessinger, MD, PhD

Abstract

Hemangioma of infancy is the most common benign tumor of childhood. Most of these tumors spontaneously regress over several years. However, many parents seek treatment for children with cutaneous hemangiomas because of the potential for disfigurement and the attendant...

Facial nerve hemangioma of the middle ear

March 1, 2009  |  Issam Saliba, MD and Jose N. Fayad, MD

From the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Montreal University Hospital Center (Dr. Saliba), and the House Ear Clinic, Los Angeles (Dr. Fayad)

A hemangioma on the floor of the mouth presenting as a ranula

November 1, 2008  |  Charalampos E. Skoulakis, MD, Lubna Khaldi, MD, Demetre Serletis, MD, and Themistoklis Semertzidis, MD

Abstract

A painless, bluish, submucosal swelling on one side of the floor of the mouth usually indicates the presence of a ranula. Rarely, such a swelling may be caused by an inflammatory disease process in a salivary gland, a neoplasm in the sublingual salivary gland, a lymphatic...

Resection of a post-traumatic hemangioma of the forehead: Benefits and pitfalls of an endoscopic resection

September 1, 2008  |  Laura M. Dooley, MD, Matthew P. Page, MD, and C.W. David Chang, MD

Cavernous hemangioma of the middle turbinate: A case report

July 1, 2008  |  Fatma Çaylakli, MD, Alper Can Çağici, MD, Cem Hürcan, MD, Nebil Bal, MD, Osman Kizilkiliç, MD, and Fikret Kiroglu, MD

Abstract

Most cavernous hemangiomas present at birth or soon after. Cavernous hemangiomas of the nasal cavity, which are rare, usually do not present until adulthood; their incidence peaks in the fourth decade of life. Most affected patients experience epistaxis or hemoptysis and an...

Cavernous hemangioma of the maxillary sinus with bone erosion

September 1, 2007  |  Erich Mussak, BS; Jerry Lin, MD; Mukesh Prasad, MD, FACS
Abstract
We report a case of cavernous hemangioma originating in the maxillary sinus. This is an unusual location for...

Nasal cavernous hemangioma

June 1, 2007  |  Enrique Palacios, MD, FACR; Philip J. Daroca Jr., MD

Cavernous hemangioma of the frontal bone

May 1, 2007  |  Sofia Avitia, MD; Ryan F. Osborne, MD, FACS

Epistaxis caused by hemangioma of the inferior turbinate

October 1, 2006  |  Joseph P. Mirante, MD; Dewey A. Christmas, MD; Eiji Yanagisawa, MD

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