Approaches for Excision of Intramasseteric Nodules
In conclusion, surgery with skin flap elevation was concluded to be the best approach based on overall assessment of technical considerations, complications, and the cosmetic outcome. However, the surgeon should not hesitate to perform direct incisional biopsy when malignancy needs to be excluded.
Conclusion: NTs have varied presentations. SCT and STS were the most common benign and malignant tumor, respectively. Early diagnosis and complete surgical excision are often curative for all, regardless of the pathology with the minimal role of chemotherapy or radiotherapy.
Conclusion: Despite its beneficial action in regression of hemangioma, the exact mechanism is yet to be identified. The exact duration of treatment needs further evaluation.
We report limb salvage in an infant with an extensive infected congenital hemangioma complicated with consumptive coagulopathy.
We describe a 53-year-old man who presented with a large hyperkeratotic plaque of the left dorsal and plantar foot. Biopsy revealed verrucous acanthosis of the epidermis and a proliferation of thin-walled vessels in the dermis. We provide a brief review of the clinical and histopathologic presentation, differential diagnosis, and management of this rare entity.
CONCLUSIONS: Although these like-tumor lesions are uncommon, pediatric dentistry practitioners must be familiar with the inherent clinical characteristics, diagnosis approaches, and currently available treatment options. Nowadays, surgical removal and non-invasive medical/pharmacologic therapies are the best management modalities for pediatric oral hemangiomas. PMID: 31967983 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Authors: Lan Z, Wu Z PMID: 31959024 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
We describe a comprehensive, multidisciplinary treatment approach for lumbar vertebral hemangiomas (VHs) with spinal stenosis and radiculopathy. A 59-year-old female presented with 1 year of pain predominantly in the lower back, with pain in the left buttock and proximal left anterior thigh as well and magnetic resonance imaging of the lumbar spine demonstrated lumbar scoliosis and an L3 vertebral lesion suspicious for hemangioma. A computed tomography guided biopsy was done, which supported the diagnosis. Definitive treatment entailed preoperative angiography and embolization, followed by L3 laminectomy, right L3 pedicle ...
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Authors: Renzulli M, Capozzi N, Clemente A, Tovoli F, Cappabianca S, Golfieri R PMID: 31950819 [PubMed - in process]
We present a rare case of a neonate with PHACES syndrome (posterior fossa malformations, large facialhemangiomas, cerebralarterial anomalies,cardiovascular anomalies,eye anomalies andsternal clefting orsupraumbilical raphe) and diffuse hemangiomatosis of the ileum, presenting with multiple intestinal perforations and peritonitis. The infant was successfully treated with propranolol and methylprednisolone as well as octreotide, tranexamic acid, and supportive therapy for massive intestinal bleeding.