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Salivary gland tumours. A review of 2410 cases with particular reference to histological types, site, age and sex distribution
Pleomorphic adenomas formed the largest group of tumours in most sites, but were particularly common in the parotid, which was the principal site and the combined minor (oropharyngeal) glands formed the second largest group. Expand
Tumours of the minor (oropharyngeal) salivary glands: a demographic study of 336 cases.
The percentage of malignant or potentially malignant tumours was much higher in minor salivary gland tumours than in major glands, and in some of the less common intraoral sites all the tumours were malignant. Expand
WHO International Histological Classification of Tumours. Tentative Histological Classification of Salivary Gland Tumours.
The principles of the proposed modified WHO Histological Typing of Salivary Gland Tumours are based on the following: the polymorphous low-grade adenocarcinoma and the epithelial-myoepithelial carcinoma are characterized by a relatively good prognosis in contrast to the salivary duct carcinoma. Expand
Oral epithelial dysplasia: clinical characteristics of western European residents.
To detail the clinical presentation of oral epithelial dysplasia in a large cohort of residents in western Europe,criptive statistical analysis of the data were calculated using chi-square and Fisher's exact tests and it is not possible to accurately predict the likely degree of Dysplasia from the clinical features of such lesions. Expand
Warthin's tumor (cystadenolymphoma) of salivary glands. A clinicopathologic investigation of 278 cases.
The age distribution of patients with stroma-poor War thin's tumor supported the concept that this variant develops by progressive adenomatous growth of typical Warthin's tumor. Expand
Molecular changes in oral cancer may reflect aetiology and ethnic origin.
The spectrum of molecular changes found in oral squamous cell carcinomas from Western (U.K., U.S.A., Australia) and Eastern (India, S.E. Asia) countries are reviewed. Expand
Superficial mucoceles: pitfall in clinical and microscopic diagnosis.
  • J. Eveson
  • Medicine
  • Oral surgery, oral medicine, and oral pathology
  • 1 September 1988
Some of the pitfalls in clinical and microscopical diagnosis of superficial mucoceles are described, including the possibility that the reporting pathologist may make an erroneous diagnosis of a subepithelial vesiculating disorder such as mucous membrane pemphigoid. Expand
Infarcted ('infected') adenolymphomas. A clinicopathological study of 20 cases.
In 40% of these infarcted adenolymphomas there was granuloma formation which mimicked tuberculosis or sarcoidosis and this possibility should be borne in mind when examining lesions in the parotid region. Expand
Sialosis: 35 cases of persistent parotid swelling from two countries.
Examining 35 patients whose persistent swelling of the parotid was diagnosed as sialosis, it is shown that diabetes mellitus and alcoholism are the most common causes. Expand