Oral teratoma (epignathus) with intracranial extension: a report of two cases.

Abstract

Epignathi are unusual congenital tumours presenting as oropharyngeal masses, often resulting in rapid asphyxia following birth. Occasionally, intracranial extension of the tumour is present, and two such cases are described. The presence of this complication, diagnosable by ultrasound examination, indicates that aggressive surgical treatment is… (More)

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@article{Smith1993OralT, title={Oral teratoma (epignathus) with intracranial extension: a report of two cases.}, author={Ned M. Smith and Susan E. Chambers and Virginia R Billson and Ian A Laing and Colin P West and Jania E Bell}, journal={Prenatal diagnosis}, year={1993}, volume={13 10}, pages={945-52} }