Pleomorphic Adenoma with Exuberant Squamous Metaplasia and Keratin Cysts Mimicking Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Minor Salivary Gland

@inproceedings{Lim2013PleomorphicAW,
  title={Pleomorphic Adenoma with Exuberant Squamous Metaplasia and Keratin Cysts Mimicking Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Minor Salivary Gland},
  author={Sharon H M Lim and Inju Cho and J H Park and Sung Lim},
  year={2013}
}
Salivary gland tumors, the second most common neoplasm of the mouth after squamous cell carcinoma, account for a significant proportion of tumors of the oral and perioral regions. An unusual case of adenoma presented as a solitary intraoral palatine mass in a 32-year-old woman is reported here. The tumor was interpreted as an unusual pleomorphic adenoma because of the presence of exuberant squamous metaplasia, clinically mimicking squamous cell carcinoma. Moreover, the presence of cystic… CONTINUE READING

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