Jorge Damborenea Tajada

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Adenoid cystic carcinoma is a rare neoplasm that comprise approximately 0.25% of all laryngeal malignancies. The rarity of these lesions has prohibited clarification of definitive therapy. Traditionally, radical surgery is performed because of the usually high stage at presentation. A case of larynx ACC is reported. The literature on this topic has been(More)
Benign positional paroxysmal vertigo is a common disease which may be caused by abnormal movement of utricular debris in the posterior semicircular canal. It is diagnosed by the Dix-Hallpike positional maneuver eliciting vertigo and nystagmus. Treatment generally consists of physical exercises with the Epley or Semont maneuvers. We review 43 consecutive(More)
Inverted papilloma (PI) is a benign neoplasm of nose and paranasal sinuses. IP's pathophysiology is characterized by its capacity to be locally destructive, its ability to grow rapidly and its tendency to recur. IP's association with carcinoma is about 13 percent of cases. The surgical treatment of IP has evolved over the years, with a progression toward(More)
Primary non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) of the maxillary sinus is an infrequent neoplasm that represents about 8% of all malignancies in this area. A review was made of 74 patients diagnosed as malignancy of the maxillary sinus in a 20-year period. Five cases of primary extraganglionar NHL of the maxillary sinus were found. We describe all the cases and their(More)
The etiology of neck masses is multifactorial, including genetical troubles, infections or tumoral lesions. A detailed medical history and a thorough physical check-up with the aid of analyses and imaging pictures properly selected, provide the doctor with the needle information in order to establish a correct diagnosis (table 1). We present the case of a(More)
Positional vertigo is a frequent clinical manifestation of vertigo of very different etiologies, being the benign paroxystic positional vertigo (BPPV) the most frequent one of them, representing in some series even the most found etiology of peripheral vertigo. Usually of severe entities, positional vertigo may appear in the context of severe entities and(More)
Enlarged vestibular aqueduct syndrome is a clinical condition characterized for a progressive perceptive deafness linked to a broadening of vestibular aqueduct greater than 1.5 mm without other otic abnormal structures. We report the case of a 2-year-old child with such congenital malformation. We have reviewed the actual literature and point out its(More)
Sarcoma of the larynx are extremely rare neoplasms that account for approximately 1% of all tumors of this organ. Less than 0.1% correspond to chondrosarcomas. Three cases of laryngeal chondromas are described. The patient's age ranged between 65 and 75 years, and all they were men. Two of the tumors arose in the cricoid cartilage, and the other one, in the(More)