Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by J.P.C. Peper, May 29, 2012.
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adamantinoma vs burkitt's lymphoma
likely to be burkitt's lymphoma
abscess 2ry to tooth perforation & infection vs burkitt lymphoma
looks like tumoral formation of right parotidian salivary gland that could be anything between a limfoma with this kind of localization to abcess and important lateral compression of hipofaringian lateral wall that narrows the prelarinx and indicades the necesity of the temporar tracheostomy especially if the base of the tongue is involved in limfoma..
The classic jaw lymphadenopathy is obvious in this case.
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