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July 1937

CHICAGO LARYNGOLOGICAL AND OTOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Arch Otolaryngol. 1937;26(1):119-125. doi:10.1001/archotol.1937.00650020125019

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Abstract

PROGRAM PRESENTED BY UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 

SWELLINGS OF THE NECK. DR. R. B. MALCOLM (by invitation).  The following cases were observed:Submaxillary Triangle.—The lesions in the parotid gland included the following: benign tumors, 23—mixed tumors, 22; papillary cystadenoma, 1; malignant tumors, 15—adenocarcinomas, 12; squamous cell tumors (papillary), 2; cystadenocarcinoma, 1.The results in benign tumors were excellent, although there were some instances of recurrence requiring a second operation. The results in malignant tumors were disappointing. Four adenocarcinomas developed in previously existing mixed tumors.The lesions of the submiaxillary salivary gland included 3 cysts, 4 mixed tumors and 1 adenocarcinoma.Two cysts of the sublingual salivary gland were observed.There were 30 resections of the submaxillary triangle for carcinoma of the lip, 6 for metastatic carcinoma and 2 for malignant melanoma.Cyst for the thyroglossal duct was observed 20 times. The result in 19 lesions was

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