E A Krekorian

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Malignant melanoma of the oral cavity is rare, accounting for about 1% to 8% of all melanomas. There have been no prospective studies of melanoma in this location, and all previous papers have reported small numbers of cases or have retrospectively reviewed case reports from the literature. The authors report six new cases and review 171 cases published(More)
The patient who sustains trauma to the neck may present with symptoms strongly suggesting an acute injury to the larynx. The laryngeal injury may be real or imagined; however, the clinical manifestations may be so overwhelmingly indicative of a laryngeal injury that a small tear in the adjacent upper gut may be overlooked. Failure to diagnose an upper gut(More)
Intracranial extension of nasopharyngeal angiofibroma is a condition difficult to diagnose and even more difficult to treat. Often the diagnosis is not suspected until autopsy. The management of intracranial extension has included incomplete removal via the extracranial approach, radiation therapy, hormonal therapy and cryosurgery. The results of these(More)
Juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma (JNA) is a histologically benign, locally invasive tumor of the nasopharynx that is found primarily in the pubescent male. While most authors recommend surgical excision for smaller, localized extracranial tumors, opinion varies on the management of more aggressive tumors with intracranial extension. The authors present(More)
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