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If cytology of Warthin tumor is accurate, can management be conservative?

April 30, 2016  |  Alexander C. Vlantis, FCS(SA)ORL; Siu Kwan Ng, FRCSEd; Chi Keung Mak, MRCS(Ed); Jackie M. Cheung, MBChB; Amy B. Chan, FHKC Path; C. Andrew van Hasselt, MMed(Otol)

Abstract

We conducted a retrospective study to assess the accuracy of fine-needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) in the diagnosis of Warthin tumor and to evaluate the subsequent risk of conservative nonsurgical management. We reviewed the records of 75 patients (76 tumors) with a parotid...

Ear and temporal bone meningioma

April 30, 2016  |  Lester D. Thompson, MD

Because of anatomic restrictions, most tumors are smaller than 1.5 cm, removed in multiple, gritty tissue fragments.

A case of pediatric parapharyngeal space ganglioneuroma

April 30, 2016  |  Natalie Garzorz, MD; Gillian R. Diercks, MD; Harrison W. Lin, MD; William C. Faquin, MD, PhD; Laura V. Romo, MD; Christopher J. Hartnick, MD, MS

Abstract

Ganglioneuromas are rare, benign neoplasms derived from sympathetic neural crest progenitor cells. In the pediatric population, ganglioneuromas usually develop in the mediastinum or retroperitoneum. We report the case of a 3-year-old boy who presented with a painless enlarging...

Endolymphatic sac tumor in association with von Hippel-Lindau syndrome

March 16, 2016  |  Kevin Shaigany, BS; Alejandro Vazquez, MD; Kelvin M. Kwong, MD; James K. Liu, MD; Robert W. Jyung, MD

Patients with ELST present most commonly with sensorineural hearing loss, tinnitus, and vertigo, in a pattern reminiscent of Ménière disease.

Ganglioneuromas involving the hypoglossal nerve and the vagus nerve in a child: Surgical difficulties

February 24, 2016  |  Jaimanti Bakshi, MS, MNAMS; Abdul Wadood Mohammed, MS; Saudamini Lele, MS; Ritambra Nada, MD

Abstract

Ganglioneuromas are benign tumors that arise from the Schwann cells of the autonomic nervous system. They are usually seen in the posterior mediastinum and the paraspinal retroperitoneum in relation to the sympathetic chain. In the head and neck, they are usually related to the...

Huge lipoma of the right parotid gland: Case report and review of 42 cases

January 22, 2016  |  Timuçin Baykul, DDS, PhD; M. Asım Aydın, DDS, DMD, PhD; Yavuz Fındık, DDS, PhD; Derya Yıldırım, DDS, PhD

Abstract

Lipomas are rarely found in the parotid gland region. Because of their rarity at this site, they are not often considered in the differential diagnosis of parotid tumors. The parotid lipoma is a slowly growing, asymptomatic, freely movable, soft mass. Preoperative diagnosis is...

A case of lipoma arising in the eustachian tube

January 22, 2016  |  Jonathan Dabiri, MD; Georges Choufani, MD; Isabelle Delpierre, MD; Sergio Hassid, PhD

Abstract

We report a case of a lipoma inside the eustachian tube, an extremely rare location for this lesion. To the best of our knowledge, this is only the second such case that has been described in the literature. The patient was a 47-year-old man, a fighter pilot, who was referred...

Granular cell (Abrikossoff) tumor in the head and neck: A series of 5 cases

January 22, 2016  |  Petros Koltsidopoulos, MD, PhD; Konstantinos Chaidas, MD; Paschalis Chlopsidis, MD; Charalambos Skoulakis, MD, PhD

Abstract

We evaluated a series of 5 patients-3 men and 2 women, aged 39 to 70 years (mean: 54.4)-with a granular cell tumor (GCT) of the head and neck in an effort to better define the clinical presentation, imaging characteristics, and surgical management of this type of tumor. In all...

An unusual tongue base mass in an infant: Tongue base sialolipoma

December 14, 2015  |  Dawn T. Teo, MBBS; Romaine F. Johnson, MD, MPH; John E. McClay, MD

Abstract

Sialolipoma is a rare tumor that occurs in the head and neck. We present a case arising from a minor salivary gland in an infant. The 6-month-old infant presented with difficulty swallowing, frequent reflux, and snoring that had been worsening several weeks before presentation...

Endoscopic view of an osteoma of the maxillary sinus

December 14, 2015  |  Joseph P. Mirante, MD, FACS; Robert A. Merrell, MD; Dewey A. Christmas, MD; Eiji Yanagisawa, MD, FACS

Surgical removal of osteomas is generally indicated when they grow and cause symptoms or threaten structures.

Laryngeal neuromas in a case of multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2B

October 31, 2015  |  Stanley W. McClurg, MD; Paul E. Wakely Jr., MD; Eugene G. Chio, MD

Abstract

Mucosal neuromas of the larynx in the setting of multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2B (MEN-2B) are extremely rare; to the best of our knowledge, only 2 other cases have been previously reported in the world literature. We describe a new case, which occurred in a 30-year old...

Langerhans cell histiocytosis involving the external auditory canal: An unusual ear tumor

October 31, 2015  |  Kang-Wei Fan, MD; Cheng-Chien Yang, MD; Chia-I Chou, MD; Min-Tsan Shu, MD

Langerhans cell histiocytosis has an unpredictable natural history, which ranges from rapidly fatal progressive disease to spontaneous resolution.

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