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Fascitis nodular cervical en paciente gestante: revisión de la literatura y presentación de un caso Cervical nodular fasciitis in a pregnant woman: Review of the literature and presentation of a new case  [cached]
Manuel Acosta-Feria,Benito Ramos-Medina,Maribel Sánchez-Zapata,Antonio Gómez-Poveda
Revista Espa?ola de Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial , 2010,
Abstract: La fascitis nodular es una lesión benigna rara, de crecimiento rápido, cuya patogenia es aún desconocida. Si bien a nivel de cabeza y cuello aparece en un 20% de los casos, su aparición en pacientes gestantes es extremadamente rara. Presentamos el segundo caso descrito en la literatura en el cual está presente dicha asociación. Mujer de 25 a os y gestante de 13 semanas, con una tumoración retroauricular derecha de 3 cm de diámetro, 3 meses de evolución y rápido crecimiento. No presentaba parálisis facial ni dolor en la exploración inicial. Tras la exéresis quirúrgica de la lesión, el diagnóstico anatomopatológico definitivo de ésta, fue de fascitis nodular. Tras 2 a os desde la intervención quirúrgica no se ha evidenciado recidiva de la tumoración, llevándose el embarazo a término sin presentar complicaciones ni para la madre ni para el feto. The nodular fasciitis is a rare benign lesion of rapid growth, whose pathogenesis is still unknown. While at the head and neck appeared in 20% of cases, its occurrence in pregnant patients is extremely rare. We report the second case described in the literature in which this association is present. Woman of 25 years and 13 weeks pregnant, who had a right auricular tumour 3 cm in diameter, 3 months of development and rapid growth. No facial paralysis or pain in the initial exploration. After surgical resection of the lesion, the final pathological diagnosis of the same was nodular fasciitis. After two years since the surgery, there was no evidence of recurrence of the tumour, taking ad términun pregnancy without complications or the mother or the fetus.
Fascitis nodular en el territorio maxilofacial: Presentación de dos casos y revisión de la literatura Nodular fascitis of the maxillofacial region: Two case reports and a review of the literature
F. Almeida,M. Picón,M. Pezzi,E. Sánchez-Jaúregui
Revista Espa?ola de Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial , 2007,
Abstract: La fascitis nodular es una entidad clínica relativamente poco frecuente caracterizada por una tumoración de crecimiento rápido, aunque de comportamiento clínico benigno y de características histológicas pseudosarcomatosas. Su aparición en el territorio maxilofacial es poco común, por lo que presentamos dos casos que acudieron por nódulos de consistencia dura, indoloros, en las regiones cigomática y paramandibular, que fueron diagnosticados de fascitis nodular. Destacamos estos casos por tratarse de fascitis nodular de localización atípica y revisamos su histopatología. Nodular fasciitis is a relatively rare clinical entity that is characterized by a rapidly growing tumor-like mass, although it has a benign clinical behavior and pseudosarcomatous histological characteristics. Its appearance in the maxillofacial area is unusual, and two cases are presented of patients that attended as a result of nodules that were hard in consistency, non-tender, in the zygomatic region beside the mandible, and that were diagnosed as nodular fasciitis. The cases are highlighted because of the atypical location of the nodular fasciitis and the histopathology is revised.
Fascitis nodular cervical en paciente gestante: revisión de la literatura y presentación de un caso
Acosta-Feria,Manuel; Ramos-Medina,Benito; Sánchez-Zapata,Maribel; Gómez-Poveda,Antonio; Haro Luna,Juan José; Villar Puchades,Raquel; Sánchez de las Matas Garre,María José;
Revista Espa?ola de Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial , 2010, DOI: 10.4321/S1130-05582010000300004
Abstract: the nodular fasciitis is a rare benign lesion of rapid growth, whose pathogenesis is still unknown. while at the head and neck appeared in 20% of cases, its occurrence in pregnant patients is extremely rare. we report the second case described in the literature in which this association is present. woman of 25 years and 13 weeks pregnant, who had a right auricular tumour 3 cm in diameter, 3 months of development and rapid growth. no facial paralysis or pain in the initial exploration. after surgical resection of the lesion, the final pathological diagnosis of the same was nodular fasciitis. after two years since the surgery, there was no evidence of recurrence of the tumour, taking ad términun pregnancy without complications or the mother or the fetus.
Fascitis nodular en el territorio maxilofacial: Presentación de dos casos y revisión de la literatura
Almeida,F.; Picón,M.; Pezzi,M.; Sánchez-Jaúregui,E.; Carrillo,R.; Martínez-Lage,J.L.;
Revista Espa?ola de Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial , 2007, DOI: 10.4321/S1130-05582007000100005
Abstract: nodular fasciitis is a relatively rare clinical entity that is characterized by a rapidly growing tumor-like mass, although it has a benign clinical behavior and pseudosarcomatous histological characteristics. its appearance in the maxillofacial area is unusual, and two cases are presented of patients that attended as a result of nodules that were hard in consistency, non-tender, in the zygomatic region beside the mandible, and that were diagnosed as nodular fasciitis. the cases are highlighted because of the atypical location of the nodular fasciitis and the histopathology is revised.
Fascitis nodular proliferativa: A propósito de un caso
MARRERO RIVERóN,LUIS OSCAR; CáRDENAS CENTENO,ORLANDO M. DE; TAMAYO FIGUEROA,ALICIA; GONZáLEZ CABRERA,RUBéN DARíO; BERNAL GONZáLEZ,MARIO; SáNCHEZ NODA,EDDY;
Revista Cubana de Ortopedia y Traumatolog?-a , 1998,
Abstract: a patient with proliferative nodular fascitis of the pelvis, a bening tumor derived from the fibrous tissue, is presented. the clinical picture and the therapeutics applied to the patients are approached. literature is also reviewed.
Fascitis nodular en región malar Nodular fasciitis of the zygomatic region  [cached]
Laura Villanueva Alcojol,Damián Manzano Solo de Zaldivar,Carlos Moreno García,Raúl González García
Revista Espa?ola de Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial , 2011,
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Fascitis necrotizante
Bueno Rodríguez,Pedro M.; Mari?o Fonseca,José; Bueno Rodríguez,José C.; Martínez Paradela,Carmen R.;
Revista Cubana de Ortopedia y Traumatolog?-a , 1999,
Abstract: a summarized review on necrotizing fascitis, a severe and uncommon infection of the soft tissues that progresses rapidly and produces necrosis of the subcutaneous tissue was made. it has been attributed to hemolytic streptococcus b of the group a or to synergism of aerobial and anaerobial germs. it was stressed that mortality from this entity is high and that the exhaustive knowledge about this disease, the early diagnosis and the intensive medical-surgical treament are the best way to improve its prognosis. provincial and international statistical data on aspects such as incidence and mortality were given.
Drenaje de las Venas Facial, Lingual y Tiroidea Superior en el Hombre Drainage of Facial, Lingual and Superior Thyroid Veins in Humans  [cached]
Luiz Carlos Buarque Gusm?o,Célio Fernando de Sousa-Rodrigues,Fabiana Sophia Gonzalez da Nóbrega,Lígia Maria Teixeira Pereira da Silva
International Journal of Morphology , 2006,
Abstract: La gran diversidad de descripciones acerca de las afluencias de las venas facial, lingual y tiroidea superior en el hombre, estas presentan una serie de controversias entre los autores investigados. Buscando ofrecer un patrón para la formación de troncos venosos a partir de las referidas venas, los autores realizaron la disecación de 42 faces laterales del cuello de cadáveres humanos adultos, de ambos sexos, con edades variadas y fijados en formaldehido a 10%. Se observó la formación de troncos venosos en 59,5% de los casos, habiendo ocurrido formación del tronco tiroilingofacial en 38,1%, del tronco lingofacial en 14,2%, del tronco tiroilingual en 4,8% y del tronco tiroilingofaringofacial en apenas 2,4%. No fue encontrada la formación del tronco tiroifacial descrito en la literatura. En los 40,5% de los casos en los que no hubo formación de troncos venosos, las venas presentaron desembocaduras solitarias Despite the great diversity of descriptions concerning the inflows of the facial, lingual and superior thyroid veins in man, they present important controversies between the studied authors. Aiming to supply a pattern for the formation of venous trunks by the cited veins, the authors analyzed 42 lateral faces of dissected adult human cadavers of both genders, different ages and preserved in a 10% solution of formaldehyde. The study revealed the formation of venous trunks in 59,5% of the cases, the thyroid-lingual-facial trunk appears in 38,1%, the lingual-facial trunk in 14,2%, the thyroid-lingual trunk in 4,8% and the thyroid-lingual-pharyngeal-facial trunk in just 2,4%. It was not found the formation of thyroid-facial trunk described in the analyzed literature. 40,5% of the cases appears with no venous trunk formation, in those situations the veins end alone
FASCITIS NECROTIZANTE DE ORIGEN ODONTOGéNICO: A PROPóSITO DE UN CASO Necrotizing fasciitis of an odontogenic origin: Case presentation  [cached]
Concepción Isabel Pereira Dávalos,Guillermo Sánchez Acu?a,Felipe Basulto Varela
Revista Habanera de Ciencias M??dicas , 2008,
Abstract: El término "fascitis necrotizante" es ampliamente utilizado para designar en forma genérica las infecciones necrotizantes o gangrenosas, de etiología típicamente poli-bacteriana, es una infección poco común de la partes blandas, usualmente causada por bacterias virulentas que producen toxinas y que se caracterizan por afectar a la fascia superficial, tejido subcutáneo, grasa subcutánea con nervios, arterias y venas y fascia profunda. Se acompa a de dolor local, fiebre y toxicidad sistémica. Se realiza una revisión actualizada del tema y la presentación de un caso diagnosticado en nuestro servicio con una celulitisfacial Odontógena posquirúrgica del 38, que evolucionó hacia una fascitis necrotizante de la porción inferior del cuello y región pectoral. The term Necrotizing fasciitis is widely utilised to generically design gangrenous or necrotizing infections of a probable multibacterial ethiology. It is an uncommon soft tissue infection caused by violent bacteria which produce toxins and are capable of affecting the superficial fascia, subcutaneous tissue, subcutaneous adipose tissue with nerves, arteries and veins and the profound fascia. It is accompanied by local pain, fever and systemic toxicity. We review the topic and present the case diagnosed in our service as a post surgical Facial Odontogenic Cellulites of the 38 that evolved to a necrotizing fasciitis of the neck and pectoral area.
Nodular Epiescleritis Granulomatous Canine. Case Report Epiescleritis Nodular Granulomatosa en Caninos. Reporte de Caso Clínico  [cached]
Camilo Guarín Patarroyo
Conexión Agropecuaria JDC , 2011,
Abstract: Granulomatous epiescleritis nodular disease in canines is a very unusual presentation that affects or external fibrous tunic of the eyeball and conjunctiva, which was an increase similar to a unilateral or bilateral tumor. Suspected immune-mediated disease due to lack of identification of an etiologic agent and the response to treatment with immunosuppressive drugs (Couto, 1992). The ideal therapy is the application of steroids via intralesional, topical or systemic, or other immunosuppressants such as cyclosporine and azathioprine; it is still advisable to apply antibiotic is the ideal combination of tetracycline and neomycin (Gilger & Whitley, 1999). The diagnostic method of episcleritis is made by histopathology, which is evident in changes similar to chronic granulomatous inflammation. Are claiming a racial bias in Alsatian, Shepherd Collie Shetland Shepherd, Coker Spaniel, Rottweiler and Labrador Retriever (Gough & Thomas, 2004). The following case is a report of a nodular epiescleritis affecting the cornea, sclera, and the corneoscleral limbus, which describes the diagnosis, signology and treatment. La epiescleritis nodular granulomatosa en caninos es una enfermedad de presentación muy poco usual que afecta la túnica fibrosa o externa del globo ocular y la conjuntiva, en la que se observa un crecimiento similar a un tumor uni o bilateral. Se sospecha que es una enfermedad inmunomediada, debido a la falta de identificación de un agente etiológico y a la respuesta favorable al tratamiento con fármacos inmunosupresores (Couto, 1992). La terapia ideal es la aplicación de esteroides vía intralesional, tópica o sistémica, u otros inmunosupresores, tales como ciclosporina y Azatriopina; igualmente, es recomendable la aplicación de antibioticoterapia siendo ideal la combinación de Tetraciclina y Neomicina (Gilger & Whitley, 1999). El método diagnóstico de la epiescleritis se hace por histopatología, en la que se evidencian cambios similares a una inflamación granulomatosa crónica. Se ha comprobado una predisposición racial en Pastores Alsaciano, Pastor Collie, Pastor Shetland, Coker Spaniel, Rottweiler y Labrador Retriever (Gough & Thomas, 2004). El siguiente caso es un reporte de una epiescleritis nodular que afectaba la córnea, la esclerótica y el limbo corneoescleral, en el que se describe el diagnóstico, signología y tratamiento
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