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Oral Pathology
1. Recurrent Ancient Intraosseous Neurilemmoma of Maxilla: A Rare Case Report

Tamgadge Avinash; Tamgadge Sandhya; Shashibhushan Dodal; Mayura Chande; Treville Pereira

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, , Pages 176-180

  Neurilemmomas are benign tumors of peripheral nerve sheath Schwann cells. One of the variants of neurilemmoma is the ancient type of neurilemmoma characterized by degenerative features such as cystic degeneration, calcification, hemorrhage and hyalinization which could be easily misdiagnosed. Their occurrence ...  Read More

2. Intraosseous Ancient Schwannoma of the Mandible: A Case Report

Jahanshah Salehinejad; Shadi Saghafi; Amin Rahpeyma; Reza Zare-Mahmoodabadi; Saeedeh Khageh Ahmadi

Volume 6, Issue 2 , Spring 2011, , Pages 101-105

    Schwannoma(neurilemmoma) is a benign tumor originates from Schwann cells. Ancient (degenerated) schwannoma is a long-standing schwannoma with degenerative changes. Head and neck region is one of the most common sites for nerve sheath tumors but intraosseous schwannoma is rare. The mandible is ...  Read More

3. Ancient Schwannoma of the Trigeminal Nerve Mimicking High Grade Lesion

Amit Agrawal; Arvind Bhake; Nisha Meshram; Nisha c

Volume 5, Issue 2 , Winter 2010, , Pages 97-99

    Ancient schwannomas rarely found in the central nervous system and ancient change in an intracranial schwannoma (intracranial portion of the trigeminal nerve) is extremely rare. A seventy-year man presented with headache of 3 months duration and one episode of generalized tonic-clonic seizures. ...  Read More

4. Schwannoma In A Perigastric Lymph Node: A Rare Case Report

Nasrin Shayanfar; Shahriar Shahriar Zohourian Shahzadi

Volume 3, Issue 1 , Winter 2008, , Pages 43-46

    Schwannomas are benign nerve sheath tumors that originate from any anatomical site. Most of the schwannomas are found in the head, neck or limbs. Schwannoma arising in a lymph node is extremely rare. We have found only four cases in the review of the literature. We experienced a case of intranodal ...  Read More

5. Schwannoma of the Tongue Base: A Case Report

Mehdi Farzadnia; Mehdi Bakhshaee; Reza badiei

Volume 2, Issue 3 , Spring 2007, , Pages 119-122

    Tongue base lesions have a diverse and extensive etiology. One of the benign tongue base lesions is schwannoma. Schwannoma and neurofibroma are two tumors of the peripheral nerves originating in the nerve sheaths. Schwannoma account for just over 1% of benign tumors which have been reported in ...  Read More