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21,412 results
  • Oral neural tumors: Clinicopathologic analysis of 157 cases and review of the literature. [Journal Article]
    J Clin Exp Dent 2019; 11(8):e721-e731Tamiolakis P, Chrysomali E, … Nikitakis NG
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study confirmed the rarity of ONTs. Their clinical characteristics mimic other oral lesions; thus, microscopic examination is the only mean to arrive at a definitive diagnosis. Key words:Oral neural tumors; oral neural neoplasms; neurofibroma; oral neurofibroma; schwannoma; oral schwannoma; neurilemmoma; oral neurilemmoma; granular cell tumor; oral granular cell tumor; traumatic neuroma; oral traumatic neuroma; palisaded encapsulated neuroma; oral palisaded encapsulated neuroma.
  • Solitary Large Intraoral Neurilemmoma of the Maxillary Vestibule: A Rare Case with Brief Literature Review. [Journal Article]
    J Contemp Dent Pract 2019; 20(7):847-850Sholapurkar A, Milosevic MP, … Pai KM
  • CONCLUSIONS: In the present case, a rare presentation of solitary buccal vestibular neurilemmoma establishes the need for the consideration of a wide range of pathologies in the differential diagnosis.Clinicians should include neurilemmoma in their differential diagnosis for asymptomatic, slow-growing intraoral growths and ensure complete excision to prevent tumor recurrence. The reader should be able to recognize the clinical features of neurilemmoma and describe the histopathological features and management of the condition.
  • The Diagnosis and Management of Neurofibromatosis Type 1. [Review]
    Med Clin North Am 2019; 103(6):1035-1054Ly KI, Blakeley JO
  • Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1), NF2, and schwannomatosis are related, but distinct, tumor suppressor syndromes characterized by a predilection for tumors in the central and peripheral nervous systems. NF1 is one of the most common autosomal dominant conditions of the nervous system. NF1 has a high degree of variability in clinical presentation, which may include multiple neoplasms as well as cuta…
  • [Benign primitive schwannoma of the pleura]. [Case Reports]
    Pan Afr Med J 2019; 33:164Marouf R, Alloubi I
  • Schwannoma is a neurogenic tumor originating from Schwann cells. When considering the thoracic region, it is most commonly found in the mediastinum. It commonly appears as a solitary lesion and pleural involvement is extremely rare. We here report the case of a 44-year old woman with benign primitive schwannoma of the pleura whose lesion was detected after radiological assessment for chest pain a…
  • Lower Lip Plexiform Schwannoma: Report of a Rare Case and a Literature Review. [Case Reports]
    Indian J Dermatol 2019 Sep-Oct; 64(5):407-410Yaghoobi R, Pazyar N
  • Plexiform schwannoma is an uncommon benign neoplasm of the neural sheath characterized grossly and microscopically by multinodular growth. It is typically presented as a mobile, solitary, smooth-surfaced, and nontender mass. Histologically, schwannomas are classified into the following seven types: classical (Verocay), plexiform, cellular, cranial nerve, melanotic, degenerated (ancient), and gran…
  • Environmental risk factors of primary brain tumors: A review. [Review]
    Rev Neurol (Paris) 2019Vienne-Jumeau A, Tafani C, Ricard D
  • Adult primary tumors of the central nervous system are rare, but the incidence is increased in some European countries. Several environmental exposures have been investigated as potential risk factors, but for most, scientific evidence is still lacking. Here we review studies of environmental factors potentially involved in the carcinogenesis of brain tumors: the potential association between pri…
  • Schwannoma of Foot and Ankle: Seven Case Reports and Literature Review. [Case Reports]
    Anticancer Res 2019; 39(9):5185-5194Hao X, Levine D, … Mirkin G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Schwannoma of the foot and ankle is a rare, painful, indurated tumor. Magnetic resonance imaging reveals the location, size, texture and relationships with surrounding neuromuscular structures. Surgical excision is the primary treatment option with excellent outcome.
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