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Submental epidermoid cysts in children

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Epidermoid cysts are lesions, which form as a result of implantation of the epidermis in the layers of the dermis or the mucous membrane. The lesions are rare in adults with 7% occurring in the head and neck area and most often located in the submental region. In children population submental epidermoid cysts are extremely rare. The differential diagnosis of the lesions is necessary as it affects the choice of treatment methods. Among the pathological conditions occurring in that region, salivary retention cyst (ranula), thyroglossal duct cyst, vascular lymphatic malformation (cystic hygroma), median neck cyst, lymphadenopathy, thyroid gland tumor, laryngeal cyst, epidermoid and dermoid cysts, submental abscess, sialolithiasis and salivary gland inflammation should be considered. The authors of the present report demonstrate two cases of submental epidermoid cysts in children. Differential diagnosis in case of suspected submental epidermoid cyst in a child with proposed clinical practice and literature review is provided.
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10
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1
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otrzymano
2013-07-29
zaakceptowano
2014-06-26
online
2014-11-11
Twórcy
  • Department of Pediatric
    Otolaryngology, Medical University of Lodz, ul. Sporna 36/50,
    91-738 Lodz, Poland
  • Department of Pediatric
    Otolaryngology, Medical University of Lodz, ul. Sporna 36/50,
    91-738 Lodz, Poland
Bibliografia
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