María Soledad Suárez Ortega

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Castleman's disease is an uncommon benign lymphoid disorder usually found in the mediastinum (70 %) which is thought to be due to antigenic hyperstimulation of unknown origin. Two histological subtypes may be found in relation to two different clinical patterns with clinical and therapeutic implications. Diagnosis is frequently accomplished only by(More)
Pleomorphic adenoma is the most common tumor of major salivary glands, but it is unusual into the larynx. The AA. expose a case of a 74-year-old man who consulted for dysphonia and diagnosed as having a subglottic pleomorphic adenoma. The patient needed an urgent tracheotomy owing to the dyspnoea. Removal of the tumor was made through direct laryngoscopy.(More)
Lymphoepithelial carcinomas are characterized by proliferation of undifferentiated malignant epithelial cells together with an infiltrate of mature lymphocytes. They mainly appear in the nasopharynx but can also be encountered in other upper and lower aerodigestive sites such as oropharynx, stomach, trachea, and others. When they occur in the larynx they(More)
Lipomatous tumors represent an unfrequent cause for upper aerodigestive tract neoplasms, specially concerning the palatine tonsils, that should be included in their differential diagnosis. A case of palatine tonsil lipoma in a 11 year-old girl is reported and a revision of the available literature and some considerations about this condition are provided.
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