myoepithelial neoplasms of the maxilla: Diagnostic and therapeutic considerations in 5 South African patients.
Mucoepidermoid carcinoma (MEC) usually arises from larger or smaller salivary glands and makes up 5% to 10% of all salivary gland tumors, whereas intraosseous
glands comprise only 2% to 3% of all MEC and occur more frequently in the posterior region of the mandible .
The radiological findings of the intraosseous
schwannomas are nonspecific, and it is not helpful for the differential diagnosis but they are always suggesting a benign nature.
arteries in all lunates were enhanced with a clear configuration.
Margin status after surgical excision is thought to be the key prognostic feature (15,24-27) and the best evidence relates to ameloblastic carcinoma, (2,28) primary intraosseous
carcinoma, (5,17) and clear cell carcinoma.
lipomas are rare tumors constituting up to 0.1% of bone neoplasia in human medicine.
This is especially useful while applying intraosseous
anaesthesia, which can be achieved in a short time (3min.) .
In a study done by Kato et al, all cases were negative for Ber-EP4, suggesting that both peripheral and intraosseous
ameloblastomas are tumors with a common origin, and that PA is derived from odontogenic epithelial remnants, rather than from basal cells of the oral epithelium.
Successful treatment of solitary intraosseous
haemangioma of the femoral neck.
In this report, we present three patients with the diagnosis of intraosseous
MEC treated with surgery and a literature review.
route as alternative access for infusion therapy.
lesions curated from the cystic lesion of the anterior maxilla composed of multiple tan and irregular-shaped fragments of soft tissue measuring in aggregate 2 x 2 x 0.6 cm.