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Carotid body tumor: a case report and literature review by Van Trung Hoang et al.

Published: 2019 Aug
Issue: 13(8) :: Pages: 19-30


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Abstract: The carotid body is the largest collection of paraganglia in the head and neck and is found on the medial aspect of the carotid bifurcation bilaterally. Carotid body tumors are rare neoplasms arising from the chemoreceptor cells of the carotid bulb. We report a case of carotid body tumor in a 42-year-old female, who presented with painless, pulsatile, gradually progressive lateral neck swelling. The diagnosis is suspected on the basis of history, clinical and radiological examination findings and a successful surgical excision of the tumor is performed. Histopathological examination confirms the diagnosis of carotid body tumor. We also present brief literature about carotid body tumors in terms of its clinical and imaging presentation, evaluation, and management.


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Pigmented villonodular synovitis of the temporomandibular joint: case report and the literature review for postoperative radiotherapy by Xiaojing Yang et al.

Published: 2019 Aug
Issue: 13(8) :: Pages: 31-39


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Abstract: Pigmented villonodular synovitis (PVNS) is a benign proliferative disorder of the synovium that usually involves joints, tendon sheaths, and bursae. It presents rarely, however, in the temporomandibular joints (TMJs). This paper reports a 59-year-old female patient with PVNS of the TMJ and its clinico-pathologic features are discussed. The patient was treated with surgery and postoperative radiotherapy (PORT). Follow-up was conducted, and there were no recurrences, metastases, skin changes or joint stiffness noted. The main treatment of PVNS is surgical resection. However, postoperative radiotherapy is important for local control of extensive tumors or positive margins. We conducted a literature review for postoperative radiotherapy case reports related to PVNS of the TMJ.


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Intracranial calcifications on CT: an updated review by Charbel Saade et al.

Published: 2019 Aug
Issue: 13(8) :: Pages: 1-18


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Abstract: Intracranial calcifications are frequently encountered in non-contrast computed tomography scan in both adult and pediatric age groups. They refer to calcifications within the brain parenchyma or vasculature and can be classified into several major categories: physiologic/age-related, dystrophic, congenital disorders/phakomatoses, infectious, vascular, neoplastic, metabolic/endocrine, inflammatory and toxic diseases. In this updated review, we present a wide spectrum of intracranial calcifications from both pediatric and adult populations focusing on their pattern, size and location.


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