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Fascitis nodular en región facial en edades pediátricas
Vila Morales,Dadonim; Sánchez Cabrales,Ernesto;
Revista Cubana de Estomatolog?-a , 2009,
Abstract: aim: to present 3 cases of nodular fasciitis in facial area. method: a study was carried out in patients including physical examination, laboratory and radiologic analysis. surgical or medical behavior was described present in each case with an anatomical and the pathological diagnosis was made. results: scientific method was the only route to achieve an accurate diagnosis despite the challenge of diagnosing an uncommon disease entity in maxillofacial surgery. in each patient the course was discussed as well as a literature review. conclusions: the presentation of these cases is very essential since this tumor has a not much location in the face and its fast developmental and clinical course are often difficult to interpret.
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.
Nodular fasciitis
Cyriac M,Celine M,Kurien George,Puthiode Usha
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2004,
Abstract: A 24-year-old female presented with a firm, hyperpigmented, and gradually enlarging, tender, solitary dermal nodule of non-traumatic origin over the right suprascapular region. The lesion was extending into the subcutaneous tissue. She was otherwise normal. There was no calcification on X-ray. Biopsy revealed numerous large pleomorphic fibroblasts in a mucoid ground substance diagnostic of nodular fasciitis. No recurrence was noticed after surgical excision. This case is reported because of its rarity in the Indian medical literature.
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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Nodular Fasciitis of Neck in Childhood.  [cached]
Saurabh Varshney,Bhagat S,Bist SS,Mishra S
Online Journal of Health & Allied Sciences , 2013,
Abstract: Nodular fasciitis, is a benign, pseudo sarcomatous proliferative lesion of the soft tissue, which is frequently misinterpreted as sarcoma, both clinically and microscopically. It is a reactive lesion composed of fibroblasts/myofibroblasts and most commonly found in extremities and trunk. NF has been described in the head and neck region in 10-20% of cases. Many pathologists do not consider NF in the differential diagnosis of soft tissue masses arising in the Head neck region. NF that occurs in otherwise healthy individuals usually presents with a history of rapid growth, and is commonly found in the upper extremities and on the chest and trunk. The importance of otolaryngologists being aware of the existence of this entity in this area of the body is stressed. It has a confirmed perfectly benign clinical course, and simple excision, as tissue-sparing as possible, is the treatment of choice. A case of NF over the neck in a 05-year-old female not associated with trauma who presented with a localized mass over her left neck is presented.
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.
Nodular Fasciitis of the Auricle: A Case Report
Mohammad Reza Majidi,Amir Hossein Jafarian,Shirin Irani
Iranian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology , 2013,
Abstract: Introduction: Nodular fasciitis is described as a benign reactive proliferation of myofibroblasts. Due to its rapid-growing nature, a precise clinical diagnosis is difficult and the condition is frequently misdiagnosed as malignant lesions. Case Report: In this study, we present the case of a young woman with an auricular nodular fasciitis as an example of one of the rarest sites of this tumor. The patient underwent an excision of the lesion under general anesthesia. The literature choices for treatment include complete excision, partial excision, or intralesional injection of steroids. Due to its associated local discomfort, and in order to exclude other differential diagnosis, we recommend a complete surgical excision. Conclusion: Auricular nodular fasciitis is a rare lesion. Due to its associated local discomfort, and in order to exclude other differential diagnosis, we recommend a complete surgical excision.
Cervical Lymphadenitis Due to Nodular Fasciitis in a Child  [PDF]
Ali Kanik,Kayi Eliacik,Tolga Ince,Umit Bayol,Mehmet Helvac
Journal of Nepal Paediatric Society , 2014, DOI: 10.3126/jnps.v34i2.9548
Abstract: Nodular fasciitis is a benign, reactive proliferation of fibroblasts in the subcutaneous tissues. It usually affects the trunk and upper extremities, and rarely the head and neck region of young adults. It is rare among children and the histologic findings may incorrectly suggest malignant lesions. We describe a two-year-old girl that referred to our clinic with complaints of fever and swelling on the right side of neck and diagnosed as lymphadenitis clinically. Cervical lymphadenitis due to nodular fasciitis is a rarity. We emphasize that nodular fasciitis needs to be included in the differential diagnoses of neck lymphadenitis during childhood.? DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/jnps.v34i2.9548 J Nepal Paediatr Soc 2014;34(2):141-143 ?
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.
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