Papillary Cyst Adenocarcinoma Arising in a Papillary Cyst Adenoma : A Rare Entity in the Sublingual Gland

@inproceedings{Cohen2016PapillaryCA,
  title={Papillary Cyst Adenocarcinoma Arising in a Papillary Cyst Adenoma : A Rare Entity in the Sublingual Gland},
  author={Adir Cohen and Ilana Kaplan and Gal Frenkel and Benjamin Shlomi and Vadim Raiser},
  year={2016}
}
Papillary cyst adenocarcinoma (PCAC) of salivary glands is an extremely rare, low-grade destructive tumor, with a papillary cystic architecture. PCAC has considerable overlap in microscopic characteristics with the benign variant of papillary cyst adenoma (PCA), where the main difference between the two is the presence of frank invasion into surrounding tissues in PCAC. The present case describes a long -standing lesion multilobulated submucosal mass of 4 cm diameter of the floor of the mouth… CONTINUE READING