Skip to content Skip to navigation

Solitary fibrous tumor of the floor of the mouth: Case report and review of the literature

| Reprints
July 1, 2006
by Neville Shine, AFRCS; Mohd nor nurul Khasri, MB; Jim Fitzgibbon, FACP; Gerard O'Leary, FRCS (ORL)
Solitary fibrous tumor is an uncommon spindle cell neoplasm that is believed to be of mesenchymal origin. Rarely does it originate in the oral cavity, and only 1 case of this lesion in the floor of the mouth has been previously reported. We describe a new case of solitary fibrous tumor arising from the soft tissues of the floor of the mouth.

ENT Journal provides full text articles to our registered members.
Please log in or sign up for a FREE membership to view the full content:

You may also like to: