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";s:4:"text";s:3163:"Differential diagnosis In a child with a compressible palatal mass, reactive and neo-plastic lesions should be included in the differential diagnosis. Malignant lesions of muscle tissue to be considered in the differential diagnosis include the rhabdomyosar-coma and the alveolar soft part sarcoma. 1. The initial differential diagnosis included ... side of the hard palate in the region of the mass. Squamous cell carcinoma of the palate accounts for 5% to 15% of intraoral carcinomas, depending on whether it is on the hard or soft palate. Our case showed mildly enhancing well-circumscribed mass in soft palate with ... possible differential diagnosis. It is a benign neoplasia of skeletal muscle origin and presents clinically as a single or nodular mass and may occur on the soft palate. The differential diagnosis for a mass in this location includes an adenoid cystic carcinoma, a rare tumor that can start in a minor salivary gland over the hard palate. ... non-odontogenic lesion of the hard palate that ... Brown FH. Soft palate tumour. If a suspected torus is not midline, a biopsy will be needed to rule out this potentially fatal carcinoma. Recurrence of this lesion is not common, but has been reported. Differential Diagnosis Palatal masses are not uncommonly encountered in clinical practice and possible diagnoses, considering the posterior hard palate location in the present case, could include 1) an odontogenic or periodontal infec-tion, 2) benign or malignant neoplasm from the sali-vary gland, or 3) soft tissue tumor. No involvement of the maxillary sinus was seen. ... hard palate and the inferior aspect of the right maxillary sinus to the pterygoid plates shown with soft tissue ... Case with hidden diagnosis. However, only 4%r, of all liposarcomas are found 489 490 PAINLESS MASS OF THE HARD PALATE in the head and neck, and none have been reported in the tissues of the hard or soft palate. Hard Palate Masses : Differential Diagnosis with CT and MR - Mouth, meoplasms;Palate; Squamous cell carcinoma of the hard palate is part of the differential diagnosis because smoking increases a patients risk of this form of oral cancer. ARRIVING AT A DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS ... Several benign conditions that affect the osseous hard palate may present as a palatal mass. The masses are usually slow growing and well circumscribed, ... 492 PAINLESS MASS OF THE HARD PALATE molar teeth. One of the keys to improving accuracy in diagnosing oral lesions is forming an appropriate differential diagnosis. No involvement of the maxillary sinus was seen. Typically, pulpal necrosis of a primary or Photo Quiz: Palatal swelling with pain. The article provides a practical guide for differential diagnosis of the ... the hard palate and ... mass. It is well understood that the palatal mass can pose a difficult diagnostic dilemma for the clinician. Liposarcomas occur in individuals older than 40, exhibit a slow, silent growth, and are found submucosally. The differential diagnosis of the palatal mass includes the palatal abscess, benign and malignant salivary gland neoplasms, the benign neural tumors, and the traumatic or irritation fibroma. ";s:7:"keyword";s:39:"hard palate mass differential diagnosis";s:7:"expired";i:-1;}