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Parotid Swellings II Furrat Amen
Neoplasms Epithelial Non epithelial
Epithelial Tumours AAdenomas BMucoepidermoid Tumour CAcinic cell tumour DCarcinoma
BMucoepidermoid tumours Epidermoid cells and mucus secreting cells Slow growing limited local invasion Occ. Lymph node mets (some rapid growth and aggressive) Hard Uncommon VII paralysis
CAcinic cell tumour Cells - like serous acini Women>men Invasive Slow growing soft
DCarcinoma Adenoid cystic carcinoma Adenocarcinoma Epidermoid carcinoma Undifferentiated carcinoma Carcinoma in pleomorphic adenoma
Adenoid cystic carcinoma Myoepithelial cells Duct epithelium cells Slow Pain/anaesthesia/paralysis Poor long term prognosis Perineural invasion Hard and fixed
Other carcinomas Adenocarcinoma Epidermoid carcinoma Undifferentiated carcinoma Signs of malignancy Fixity Pain Bone resorption VII irritability, later Paralysis VII Dec. mandibular movement
Head And Neck. Salivary gland Tumours Epithelial Epithelial Benign Benign Pleomorphic adenoma (Mixed parotid) Pleomorphic adenoma (Mixed parotid) Monomorphic.
TUMORS OF THE SALIVARY GLANDS. TUMORS OF THE SALIVARY GLANDS ANATOMY n ARISE FROM THE INGROWTH OF ECTODERM n PAROTID/SUBMANDIBULAR - 6TH FETAL WEEK n.
Pleomorphic adenoma Clinical features – Painless – Slow growing – Mobile – Discreet masses – Carcinoma arising in a pleomorphic adenoma is called Carcinoma.
S alivary gland diseases. Reactive lesions Mucocele Mucus retention cysts Sialolithiasis Chronic sclerosing sialadenitis.
It is essential to obtain the exact history of the hypersalivation as well as a thorough and complete past medical history. Oral evaluation should be performed,
CANCER HCT !. OBJECTIVES Define and understand the difference between benign and malignant tumors Students will be able to identify the classifications.
The significance of lymph nodes in the treatment concept of malignant tumors of the salivary glands Jochen A. Werner Marburg, Department of Otolaryngology,
Indications for adjuvant radiation therapy with or without lymph nodes in salivary gland cancer Claus Rödel Department of Radiation Therapy University.
Gastrointestinal system. The mouth Teeth (caries) Action of Streptococci on dietary sugars Leads to pulpitis and abscess.
Sjogren’s syndrom It is an autoimmune disease causing destruction of the salivary and the lachrymal g Either primary or secondary to C T disease.
Tumors. Tumors Adenoma (Benign) Carcinomas (malignant) Others.
By: Nour-Eldin Mohammed Ref: Maxillofacial Imaging,T A Larheim, P L Westesson 2006.
Neoplasia II: Tumor Characteristics
Parotid gland – Anatomy & tumours Parotid gland Paired unilobular glands divided non anatomically by the facial nerve into deep and superficial lobes.
Salivary Gland Pathology. Structural elements of the salivary gland unit. pleomorphic adenomas originate from the intercalated duct cells and myoepithelial.
DISORDERS OF THE SALIVARY GLANDS Dr. Shahzadi Tayyaba Hashmi DNT 243.
HOW TO STOP CANCER How To Stop Cancer a book written by professor J. Dean which provides you an informative alternative cancer treatment that will assist.
Pancreatic endoscopy : ROLE Of Endo TOF PET US Pr. René LAUGIER La Timone Hospital,Marseille MEDAMI Alghero, 4 th September 2014.
Path 822: Experimental Cancer Diagnostics & Therapeutics: PATHOLOGY OF TUMOURS Sandip SenGupta, M.D. Professor of Pathology September 2005.
Benign v. Malignant Vocabulary Neoplasm – a new and abnormal growth of tissue in some part of the body Benign – refers to a condition, tumor, or growth.
Oral cavity The majority of tumors in the oral cavity are s.c.c.
Dr. Shahzadi Tayyaba Hashmi. Oral cancer Oral cancer refers to cancers which arise in the oral cavity including the lips, tongue, mouth and oropharynx.
Clinical presentation of parotid gland tumors. Rounded, encapsulated mass/rarely exceed 6 cm Ө. C/S gray-white with myxoid and blue translucent areas.
Neoplasms. Tumor Nomenclature Key: carcinoma vs. sarcoma.
What is your clinical impression? What are the differential diagnosis?
Salivary Gland Diseases. Parotid gland Submandibular gland Sublingual gland Salivary Glands Overview.
RENAL TUMOURS Dr. Hawre Qadir Salih. Renal neoplasms Benign neoplasms ■ Adenoma ■ Angioma ■ Angiomyolipoma Malignant neoplasms ■ Wilms’ tumour (nephroblastoma.
Case Presentation A 58 year old female from Metro Manila was admitted due to right lateral facial mass. History of an enlarging right pre and infra auricular.
Malignant Adenomyoepithelioma of the Breast with Lymph Node Metastasis Ahlam A. Awamleh * Mihir Gudi, Sami Shousha ^ * King Hussein Medical Center, Amman.
Clinico-Pathological Conference (CPC) Meet Karpagam Medical College Hospital
Neoplasia Dr. Raid Jastania. Neoplasia: Terminology Cancer is the 2 nd cause of death in the US Neoplasia is “new growth” Neoplasm is an abnormal mass.
Gastrointestinal system SYLLABUS: RBP(Robbins Basic Pathology) Chapter: The Oral Cavity and the Gastrointestinal Tract.
Tumors and Tumor-like Lesions of Salivary Gland. MAJOR FEATURES OF SALIVARY GLANDS Parotid: Largest major salivary gland Stensen's duct Serous Facial.
TUMOURS OF NASAL CAVITY & PARANASAL SINUSES Col Shoaib Ahmed Consultant ENT Head & Neck Surgeon MBBS (Honours) FCPS(Pakistan) FRCS(Glasgow)
The Pathology of Anal Neoplasia Dr Bryan F Warren Consultant Gastrointestinal Pathologist, Honorary Senior Lecturer and Fellow of Linacre College, Oxford.
Oral cavity neoplasms Dr.Farahnaz Bidari Robbins.
KCP 778 토의자 가천대 길병원 R3 강명희 2013 년 4 월 5 일 세포병리학회 월례집담회.
Female Genitalia IV Ovary. l Inflammation l Non-neoplastic cysts l Neoplasms.
Head and Neck Conditions Dr Jamal Hamdi. 1- Thyroid and Parathyroid 2-Lymp Nodes Enlargement 3-Salivary Glands Swellings 4-Congenital Swellings 5-Other.
Neoplasia 1: Introduction. terminology oncology: the study of tumors neoplasia: new growth (indicates autonomy with a loss of response to growth controls)
Notes by Dr Sanjay A Pai. Neoplasm An abnormal proliferation of cells, resulting in a mass called a neoplasm.
Pulmonary Neoplasia Prof. Frank Carey. Lung Neoplasms r Primary l benign (rare) l malignant (very common) r Metastatic (Very common)
Malignant Epithelial Tumors. Fig.9.1.Histological features of differentiation of the neoplasms Behavior Benign tumor Malignant tumor Rate of growth Progressive,
COMMON NECK SWELLINGS M K ALAM ALMAAREFA COLLEGE.
Breast Cancer »Breast cancer is a malignant tumor that starts in the cells of the breast. »The disease occurs almost entirely in women,but men can get.
Neoplasia p.2 65 Ovarian papillary cystadenoma 285 Adenoma (large intestine) 68 Adenocarcinoma (large intestine) 69 Small cell lung carcinoma (= SCLC)
Salivary Gland Pathologies Dave Pothier St Michael’s 2004.
Breast Cancer Rachel Hoenigman,Lauren Spape, and Carolyn Voorhees.
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