La ocurrencia en la región del piso bucal es muy poco frecuente. Schwannoma de piso bucal: Reporte de un caso y revisión de la literatura. Article. Full-text. We describe a clinical case of Schwannoma located in the palate of a year-old patient. Published in Medicina oral, patologia oral y cirugia bucal. Med Oral Patol Oral Cir Bucal. Sep 1;14 (9):e Schwannoma in the palate. Journal section: Oral Surgery. Publication Types: Review. Schwannoma.
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Intraoral ancient schwannoma: A systematic review of the case reports
Background Schwannomas originate from schwann cells of the neural sheath and are solitary, well-encapsulated slow growing tumours. It is also named as neurilemoma, neurinoma and schwann cell tumour. It can present itself at any neurilemoma bucal and without any gender predilection.
However, it is most commonly seen in young and middle aged.
The clinical presentation varies with the anatomical area neurilemoma bucal. Radiological examinations such as a CT scan with contrast and MRI reveal the extension of the tumour.
Surgical excision is the treatment of choice and recurrence is very rare. Case presentation Case 1: There was no history of trauma, bleeding, discomfort from the swelling or pain during eating.
Intraoral schwannoma – a report of two cases
He denied dysphagia and dyspnoea. Abstract Intraoral ancient schwannoma is a rare type of oral schwannoma, which is encapsulated and well demarcated from the surrounding tissues.
Ancient schwannomas are associated with conventional features of neurilemmoma; however, they are distinguished from other types of schwannoma due to factors such as the long history, cellular architecture showing hypocellularity, and hyalinized matrices.
This neurilemoma bucal review was performed through searching in databases such as PubMed and Google Scholar using related keywords intraoral, oral, ancient, schwannoma, and neurilemmoma. Eventually, 26 case reports were systematically reviewed by the researchers.
Required data were extracted by one researcher, and all the selected articles were reviewed in full text after screening.
This systematic review aimed to determine the most significant influential factors in intraoral ancient schwannoma and evaluate the diagnostic and therapeutic methods in this regard. These solitary lesions may occur at different ages usually during the second and third decades of lifeand the prevalence is not significantly different between men and women.
Schwannoma located in the palate: clinical case and literature review. - Semantic Scholar
Oral schwannomas are normally asymptomatic, neurilemoma bucal in some cases, they might be accompanied by pain and paresthesia if spotted in the intraosseous regions of the mandibles.
In such cases, these tumors may cause bone expansion, pain, and paresthesia.
The most frequent sites of intraoral schwannomas are the tongue, palate, mouth floor, buccal mucosa, lips, and jaws. Ancient schwannomas are frequently detected in the neck, while oral ancient schwannomas tend to appear on the floor of the oral cavity. Degenerative changes including hyalinization, mucoid deposition, cyst formation, hemorrhage, calcification, and infiltration of siderophages and histiocytes can be seen in ancient schwannoma.
Neurilemoma bucal protein is the most important antibody identifying ancient schwannoma.
These lesions neurilemoma bucal a good prognosis, and the first- treatment line involves surgical excision of the tumor. Complete removal of ancient schwannoma lowers the risk of recurrence.