Spindle cell carcinoma of the oral cavity. A review of 9 cases. Ferreras Granado 2 , L. Complejo Hospitalario Universitario Juan Canalejo. Tiene un comportamiento agresivo con tendencia a la recurrencia.

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Background: The development of squamous cell carcinoma from oral lichen planus is controversial. We report a case of intraoral squamous cell carcinoma, which presents together with lesions of oral lichen planus. The aim of this report was to analyze the problem to distinguish between the incipient changes of squamous cell carcinoma from the features described in oral lichen planus, in order to establish an accurate diagnosis of both entities. Clinical case: A year old man with a history of smoking and chronic alcohol intake, who had an ulcerated tumor mass located in the tongue, and bilateral white reticular patches on buccal mucosa and borders of the tongue.

The histopathological report was moderately differentiated invasive squamous cell carcinoma and lichen planus respectively. Conclusions: The premalignant nature of OLP is still indeterminate and controversial, this is primarily due to inconsistency in the clinical and histological diagnostic criteria used to differentiate cases of oral lichen planus from lichenoid reactions or other lesions causing intraepithelial dysplasia with high potentially malignant transformation.

Oral lichenoid reactions are possibly most likely to develop malignant transformation as compared to the classic OLP lesions. Keywords: Lichen planus; Mouth neoplasms; Squamous cell carcinoma. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. Search: Search. Advanced Clipboard. Create file Cancel.

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Tovaru S, et al. Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac. PMID: French. Mohadjer C, et al. PMID: German. Oral lichen planus OLP , oral lichenoid lesions OLL , oral dysplasia, and oral cancer: retrospective analysis of clinicopathological data from Casparis S, et al.

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Epub Jun Show more similar articles See all similar articles. Cited by 1 article Clinical characteristics and analysis of familial oral lichen planus in eight Chinese families. Lu SL, et al. Exp Ther Med. Epub Aug Publication types Case Reports Actions. Humans Actions. Male Actions. Middle Aged Actions. Copy Download.


[Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Lichen Planus vs. Lichenoid Lesions. Case Report]

Palabras clave : Carcinoma Verrucoso Oral, Radioterapia, paciente joven. The verrucous carcinoma is a low grade variant of oral squamous cell carcinoma, and it mostly appears in the oral mucosa of individuals who chew tobacco chronically 6, 8, The lesions are mainly found in men over 55 years old average age 65 to 70 years and the most common regions in the oral mucosa include the mandibular vestibule, jugal mucosa and hard palate 6, 8. The lesion appears as a well-defined painless diffuse thick plaque with superficial papillary or verruciform projections.


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