Studiu retrospectiv asupra tumorilor de glandă parotidă

 Retrospective study on parotid gland tumors

First published: 27 noiembrie 2016

Editorial Group: MEDICHUB MEDIA

DOI: 10.26416/Orl.33.4.2016.155

Abstract

During 2011-2012, 56 patients diagnosed with parotid tumors were admitted to the Maxillofacial Surgery Department of “Lucian Blaga” University and in Euroclinic Hospital. 72% were benign tumors and 28% malignant. All patients received surgical treatment (total or partial parotidectomy). For the malignant tumors, radiotherapy was added to the modal treatment (94% of the cases). Pleomorphic adenoma was encountered in 70% of the benign cases, followed by Warthin tumor in 15%. Adenoid cystic carcinoma was noticed in 31% of the malignant cases, mucoepidermoid carcinoma in 25% of the cases, and squamous carcinoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma on 12.5% of the malignant cases.
 

Keywords
parotid tumor, surgical treatment

Rezumat

În intervalul 2011-2015, 56 de pacienţi au fost internaţi cu diagnosticul de formaţiune tumorală parotidiană în Clinica de Chirurgie Maxilofacială a Universităţii „Lucian Blaga” din Sibiu şi în Spitalul Euroclinic „Regina Maria” din Bucureşti. 72% dintre aceste cazuri au fost tumori benigne şi 28% maligne. Toţi pacienţii au beneficiat de tratament chirurgical (parotidectomie parţială, subtotală sau totală). În 94% dintre cazurile de patologie malignă s-a instituit tratament radioterapic postoperatoriu. Adenomul pleomorf a fost cea mai frecventă tumoră benignă (70%), urmat de  tumora Warthin (15%). Pentru tumorile maligne, cel mai frecvent tip a fost carcinomul adenoid chistic (31%), urmat de carcinomul mucoepidermoid (25%), limfomul non-Hodgkin şi carcinomul scuamos (12,5%).
 

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