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We present a case of bulky supraglottic schwannoma with involvement of the preepiglottic and superior paraglottic spaces . Clinical findings, computed tomography and magnetic resonance images are presented . These characteristics are typical, however not specific to schwannomas . Riportiano il caso di un voluminoso schwannoma localizzato nella regione sopraglottica, con coinvolgimento dello spazio pre-epiglottico e paraglottico superiore . Pur non permettendo una diagnosi certa, tali caratteristiche, tipiche ma non esclusive dello schwannoma, sono importanti per sospettare il tumore in fase preoperatoria .
This study focused on the mechanism of hypoxia-induced miR-210 upregulation, and the miR-210 functions in schwannoma . We detected microvascular density, Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and miR-210 expression levels using schwannoma tissue mciroarray . Apresentamos um estudo retrospectivo de schwanomas do membro superior para estabelecer a abordagem pré-operatória adequada, avaliar a eficácia do tratamento e observar a evolução pós-operatória . For diagnosis histopathological examination and also immunohistochemistry testing were carried out to confirm the nature of tissue fragments . The prognosis of MPNST is generally poor and it is associated with a highly aggressive course of Recurrence, metastases, and death .
(3)Department of Radiology, 2nd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University and Motol University Hospital, Prague, Czech Republic .
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