Tumor de Abrikossoff: revisión de la literatura y presentación de tres casos

ArticleinRevista Espanola de Cirugia Oral y Maxilofacial 29(6) · December 2007with4 Reads
DOI: 10.4321/S1130-05582007000600005
    • "This is consistent with the literature (Patnaik, 1993; Budiñ o et al., 2003; Luaces et al., 2007; Rossi et al., 2007); however, in humans and some other animals (Khansur et al., 1987; Patnaik, 1993; Budiñ o et al., 2003) malignant variations of these tumours are characterized by locally aggressive behaviour*they can be present in critical anatomic locations or show distant metastasis. In the medical literature reports that are based on the benign biological behaviour of the majority of granular cell tumours, the treatment of choice in humans and domestic animals is surgery (Budiñ o et al., 2003; Reavill, 2004; Luaces et al., 2007). "
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  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Introducción: El astrocitoma pilomixoide (APM) es un tumor del sistema nervioso central (SNC) con características clínicas y anatomopatológicas propias que lo convierten en una entidad diferente del astrocitoma pilocítico (AP). Este tumor aparece en la clasificación de tumores del SNC de la OMS en su cuarta edición (año 2007) como subtipo de AP dentro del grupo de los tumores de origen astrocitario. Actualmente sigue siendo una entidad tumoral poco conocida, existiendo controversia sobre su origen histológico y su comportamiento clínico, y una falta de consenso en cuanto a su manejo terapéutico. Objetivo: Revisar la literatura científica relacionada con el tema y presentar tres casos valorados en nuestro servicio. Conclusiones: El APM es una entidad anatomopatológica relacionada con el AP aunque con una mayor tendencia a la recidiva y diseminación por el líquido cefalorraquídeo, por lo que se recomienda seguimiento estricto y tratamiento oncológico adyuvante.
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