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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.23.2016.tde-03112016-144355
Document
Author
Full name
Breno Enrico Lemos Machado
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Lourenço, Silvia Vanessa (President)
Buscariolo, Inês Aparecida
Ceccheti, Marcelo Minharro
Title in Portuguese
Metástases para a cavidade oral: estudo retrospectivo e análise crítica da literatura
Keywords in Portuguese
Metástases cavidade oral
Transição epitélio - mesenquimal
Abstract in Portuguese
Metástases para a região oral podem ocorrer nos tecidos moles ou nos ossos maxilares. Tumores metastáticos para a cavidade oral são raros, compreendendo aproximadamente 1% das neoplasias encontradas na região oral. Devido à sua raridade, o diagnóstico de uma lesão metastática na região oral é difícil; tanto para o clínico como para o patologista, ao reconhecer que uma lesão é metastática e na determinação do local de origem. Foram revisados 9 casos sendo 5 mulheres e 4 homens com idades entre 57 e 80 anos e realizada uma crítica revisão da literatura. No presente estudo não foi possível determinar a prevalência das metástases para os ossos maxilares ou para os tecidos moles da cavidade oral; Entretanto, nosso estudo mostra que o exame das estruturas orais é absolutamente fundamental no acompanhamento desses pacientes, pois a presença de possíveis massas metastáticas pode indicar uma neoplasia oculta ou mesmo a falha terapêutica.
Title in English
Metastasis to the oral cavity: a retrospective study and review of literature
Keywords in English
Metastases oral cavity
Transitional epithelium - mesenchymal
Abstract in English
Metastasis to the oral region may occur in the soft tissue or jaw bone. Metastatic tumors to the oral cavity are rare, comprising about 1% of neoplasms found in the oral region. Because of its rarity, the diagnosis of a metastatic lesion in the oral region is difficult; both for the clinician and for the pathologist to recognize that an injury is metastatic and determination of the place of origin. 9 cases with 5 women and 4 men aged between 57 and 80 years and performed a critical review of the literature were reviewed. In the present study could not determine the prevalence of metastasis to the jaw bones or the soft tissues of the oral cavity; However, our study shows that the examination of oral structures is absolutely essential to monitor these patients, because the presence of possible metastatic masses may indicate a hidden cancer or treatment failure.
 
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2016-11-21
 
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