Recurrent sailoblastoma in female child after a 12-month course of chemotherapy

  • Muamer Alshalah Department of Dentistry, Ibn Hayyan University College, Iraq
  • Sameem SM Baker Department of Dentistry, Ibn Hayyan University College, Iraq
  • Nazar J. Metib Department of Pathology, Al-Kafeel Hospital, Karbala, Iraq

Abstract

Sailoblastoma is a very rare salivary gland neoplasm, often congenital or discovered after birth during the infancy period. The parotid gland is the favourite's site of sialoblastoma and has a significant variable histological appearance and clinical course. Sialoblastoma responds well to complete surgical excision, so we should start in the management of such neoplasms with a surgical option at first with or without a course of chemotherapy or radiotherapy, and the patient should follow up to prevent recurrence or metastasis.

Keywords: Sailoblastoma, Malignant, Tumour

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2019-01-05
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Muamer Alshalah, Sameem SM Baker, & Nazar J. Metib. (2019). Recurrent sailoblastoma in female child after a 12-month course of chemotherapy. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 10(1), 633-636. Retrieved from https://pharmascope.org/index.php/ijrps/article/view/111
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