Synchronous tumors arising in a single major salivary gland.

@article{Gnepp1989SynchronousTA,
  title={Synchronous tumors arising in a single major salivary gland.},
  author={Douglas Robin Gnepp and William Schroeder and Dennis K. Heffner},
  journal={Cancer},
  year={1989},
  volume={63 6},
  pages={
          1219-24
        }
}
Multiple separate tumors arising in the major salivary glands are distinctly unusual. The records on 25 patients with synchronous unilateral salivary gland tumors on file at St Louis University and at the Armed literature. Bilateral tumors arose more frequently than multiple unilateral ones. The most common tumors with bilateral synchronous or metachronous development are the Warthin tumors, with more than 100 reported cases; the mixed tumor with at least 34 cases; and the acinic cell carcinoma… CONTINUE READING
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