Parotis Bezi Duktal Karsinomu: Olgu Sunumu

Parotis Bezi Duktal Karsinomu: Olgu Sunumu,Fahrettin YILMAZ,Kazim KARAASLAN,Beyhan YİĞİT,Kamil GÜREL,Fahri YILMAZ,Çetin BORAN

Parotis Bezi Duktal Karsinomu: Olgu Sunumu  
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SUMMARY Salivary duct carcinoma is a highly aggressive tumor characterized by an extensive cervical lymph node involvement, and distant metastasis. The majority of patients were male, and aged 50 years or older. Presenting symptoms have included a painful, rapidly enlarging, firm mass, usually associated with facial nerve paralysis. The treatment of salivary duct carcinoma is surgical. Total parotidectomy with neck dissection, and radiation therapy appear to be appropriate for local and regional control of this tumor. Despite aggressive treatment, prognosis is poor, with a frequency of distant metastasis ranging from 46% to 66% and a mortality rate of 60% to 75%. In this paper, we report the case of a 67 - year-old man with salivary duct carcinoma of the parotid gland. Both the differential diagnosis and the surgical treatment options are presented, and the literature is reviewed.
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