Clinicopathological Features of Less Common Neoplasm of Pharynx (A case report of 15 pationts)

Madani, Seyyed Abdollah and Bahari, Milad and Hashemi, Seyyed Abbas (2013) Clinicopathological Features of Less Common Neoplasm of Pharynx (A case report of 15 pationts). Journal of Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences, 22 (1). pp. 265-269.

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Malignancy and tumor in ENT are less common but more important, also they have not any certain sign until they progress thus it will be so important that we consider some abnormal common signs when we are examine patients until do not miss them, this study was conducted to establish the various clinical modes of presentation of pharyngeal neoplasm and their correlation with final histopathological diagnosis. On the other hand there are not efficient research in report of them and theire clinical manifestation in our countary. Clinical records of the patients were retrieved from the files of the university hospital (Booali hospital, Sari, Iran) from2001 (March) to 2011 (August). Study population involved 15 patients with average age of 58.6±16.1 (14 to 77) that were involving 9 (60) male and 6 (40) female. Epistaxis (33.3), Pain and infusion of ear (26.6), and dysphagia (26.6) were the most clinical presentation. Benign lymphoid hyperplasia (26.6) was the commonest histological type of neoplasm in this series. our study elucidated pharyngeal tumors are rare in northern Iran and the clinical and pathological manifestations of these neoplasm differ from other regions

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Uncontrolled Keywords: Clinical Features, pathological, Less Common Neoplasm, Pharynx
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Date Deposited: 04 Jan 2018 16:52
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