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Year: 2012  Vol. 16   Num. Suppl. 1  - May
DOI: 10.7162/S1809-977720120S1PC-060
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XXXIX CONVENTUS SOCIETAS ORL LATINA - Poster
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CARCINOMA FORMER - PLEOMORPHIC ADENOMA OF PAROTID. REVIEW OF A CASE
CARCINOMA EX ADENOMA PLEOMORFO DE PARÓTIDA. REVISIÓN DE UN CASO.
Author(s):
Adriana Ferreira, Hernan Ortiz, Diego Doldan, Thelma Martinez, Raul Latorre, Jorge Arias
Abstract:

OBJECTIVE: To describe a patient with carcinoma former - pleomorphic adenoma of right parotid and literature review. Case Study: Patient, female, 54 - year - old - boy with 5 months of painful retroauricular tumor evolution, not accompanied by signs of inflammation and incomplete closing of the right eye more labial diverted to the left and weight loss; examination physical observed tumor approximately 5 cm in diameter, painful, polylobulated, hard, fixed to deep planes, without inflammation, behind the trailing edge of the ascending branch of the lower jaw, which raises the earlobe. Suspicious lymphadenopathy in N III and N IV and incomplete closing of the left eye, tearing and conjunctival preserved; TAC: retroauricular tumor that invades the parapharyngeal space and reaches the base of the skull, without affecting vital structures if the proceeds total parotidectomy without conservation Nerve facial more high emptying jugular-carotid, material returns parotid Carcinoma former - Pleomorphic adenoma, the patient is referred to the oncology department, currently with a good outcome without recurrence. CONCLUSION: The CEAP is an uncommon tumor, usually derived from the malignant transformation of a Pleomorphic Adenoma, is characterized, like other parotid carcinomas by parotid tumor more facial paralysis, the treatment is surgery plus postoperative radiotherapy in some cases in which yet it is not resectable, the latter treatment is purely palliative radiotherapy.

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