Giant pleomorphic adenoma in the parapharyngeal space

M Padilla Parrado, J. A. Jiménez Antolín, M. F. Pedrero Escalas, I. M. Fernández Agudelo, F. J. Chacón Martínez & E. Mingo Sánchez
Parapharyngeal tumours are rare. Usually they are asymptomatic but by growing they can reach compressive clinic and displacement of adjacent structures, as the case presented, with 8 cm of diameter. They are usually benign. To complete diagnosis on require a full radiological study with CT and MRI, and a cervical ultrasoundguided FNA. Initially an open biopsy is not recommended, but sometimes can be useful to achieve a diagnosis. Complete surgical excision is the treatment of...
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