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Resolution of vocal fold leukoplakia during erlotinib treatment for lung cancer

February 24, 2016  |  David O. Francis, MD, MS; Stephanie Misono, MD, MPH; Jessica Somerville, MD; Andrew McWhorter, MD; C. Gaelyn Garrett, MD

Abstract

Treatment of vocal fold leukoplakia is complicated because it is associated with a high rate of recurrence after excision and it has the potential for progression to malignancy. Authors have presented different approaches to management, one of which is directed serial...

Sinonasal glomangiopericytoma: Is anything new?

February 24, 2016  |  Panagiotis Asimakopoulos, MSc, MRCS; Mohammed Iqbal Syed, MD, MRCS; Timothy Andrews, MD, FRCPath; Sheeba Syed, MD, FRCPath; Alun Williams, MD, FRCS

Abstract

More than 100 cases of sinonasal hemangiopericytoma have been reported in the literature, but only a handful of cases of nasal glomangiopericytoma. In this article, we report a case of a nasal glomangiopericytoma that was treated with endonasal surgical excision. We also...

Laryngitis obscuring an anterior glottic mass

January 22, 2016  |  James D. Thompson, MD; Jaime Eaglin Moore, MD; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

Anterior masses, such as the one seen in this case, can cause glottic insufficiency and vocal strain.

Four cystic parathyroid adenomas in a 71-year-old man

January 22, 2016  |  Darrin V. Bann, MD, PhD; David Goldenberg, MD, FACS

Management of hyperparathyroidism-jaw tumor syndrome centers on parathyroidectomy to control the complications of hyperparathyroidism, but the extent of the parathyroidectomy that should be performed is controversial.

Core biopsy as a simple and effective diagnostic tool in head and neck focal myositis

December 14, 2015  |  Chun Yee Tan, MBBS; Sheldon Chong, MBBS, MS; Chi-Kee Leslie Shaw, MBBS, MS, FRACS

Abstract

Most unilateral head and neck masses are benign, although malignancy is a possibility in some cases. However, there are other rare causes of unilateral neck masses, such as focal myositis, which is a rare, benign condition belonging to the family of inflammatory pseudotumors of...

Pemphigus vulgaris: An underdiagnosed cause of oral ulcer

December 14, 2015  |  Avijit Choudhury, MBBS; Tamoghna Jana, MBBS, DLO; Saumik Das, MBBS, DLO, MS, DNB; Ramanuj Sinha, MBBS, DLO, MS, DNB

Diagnosis of pemphigus vulgaris requires a high degree of clinical suspicion, along with timely mucosal biopsy for histopathologic examination and a direct immunofluorescence study.

Vascular malformation with phleboliths involving the parotid gland: A case report with a review of the literature

October 31, 2015  |  Caleb Ho, MD; Benjamin L. Judson, MD; Manju L. Prasad, MD

Abstract

Phleboliths within the parotid gland are exceedingly rare. We report a case of a venous malformation with multiple phleboliths that involved the left parotid gland and extended into the extraparotid tissue in a 43-year-old woman. We also review 13 similar cases that have been...

Pitfalls in imaging the submandibular glands with PET/CT

October 31, 2015  |  Enrique Palacios, MD, FACR; Michael Ellis, MD, FACS; Edward C. Lam, MD; Harold Neitzschman, MD, FACR, FACNM; Morgan Haile, MD

Abstract

Imaging of the submandibular glands can provide vital information about malignant neoplastic processes. One of these modalities, fluorine-18 fluorodeoxyglucose-positron-emission tomography/computed tomography (FDG-PET/CT), has become very important in the detection of...

Spontaneous true aneurysm of the superficial temporal artery presenting as an asymptomatic forehead mass

September 21, 2015  |  Nenad Zivkovic, MD, PhD; Milan B. Jovanovic, MD, PhD; Marko Markovic, MD, PhD; Sanja Milenkovic, MD, PhD

Abstract

Superficial temporal artery aneurysms are rare; when they do occur, they are usually associated with head trauma. Spontaneous true aneurysms of the superficial temporal artery are extremely rare. They are classified as true aneurysms when all three layers of the vessel are...

Primary sinonasal meningioma in a child

September 21, 2015  |  Dodul Mondal, MBBS; Manisha Jana, MD; Prabir Kumar Sur, MD; Ebnam Murshed Khan, MD

Abstract

Meningiomas are common intracranial extra-axial masses. They are rarely encountered in extracranial locations; when they are, the most common head and neck locations are the paranasal sinuses and the temporal bone. Meningiomas in children are very rare, especially in the...

Endoscopy-assisted resection of a submandibular gland mass via a thyroidectomy incision

September 21, 2015  |  Jin Pyeong Kim, MD; Jung Je Park, MD; Hyun Woo Park, MD; Seung Hoon Woo, MD

Abstract

Submandibular gland excision is traditionally performed via the transcervical approach. In an effort to avoid or reduce visible scarring and nerve injury, diverse innovative surgical trials have been conducted. We report the case of a submandibular gland mass that was...

Cervical lipoblastoma: An uncommon presentation

July 21, 2015  |  Rohaizam Jaafar, MD; Tang Ing Ping, MS(ORL-HNS); Doris Evelyn Jong Yah Hui, MS(ORL-HNS); Mohammad Zulkarnaen Ahmad Narihan, MPath

Abstract

Lipoblastoma is extremely rare and mainly occurs in children younger than 3 years old. It is predominantly found in the extremities and trunk. Head and neck region occurrences are rare; only 4 such cases involving patients who presented with stridor have been previously...

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