Volume 2 Issue 2
Impact of Near-Infrared Indocyanine Green Fluorescent Image on Minimally Invasive Treatments for Head and Neck Cancer
Junkichi Yokoyama*, Kenichiro Ishibasi
Indocyanine green (ICG) is a water soluble, tricarbocyanine dye widely employed in medical applications. After FDA approval in 1959, ICG was initially used primarily in hepatic function diagnosis. With a molecular weight of 775, ICG has a peak spectral absorption of approximately 800 nm.
Papillary Cyst Adenocarcinoma Arising in a Papillary Cyst Adenoma: A Rare Entity in the Sublingual Gland
Ilana Kaplan*, Vadim Raiser, Gal Frenkel, Benjamin Shlomi
Papillary cystadenocarcinoma of salivary glands is an extremely rare low-grade malignant tumor, with which has considerable overlap in microscopic characteristics with the benign papillary cystadenoma Case report: a 78 years old female presented with a long standing multi-lobulated mass in the floor of mouth, which had recently increase in size. MRI identified a wellcircumscribed multicystic mass above the mylohyoid.
A Parotid Duct Sialocele Arising From Stenon’s Duct Injury Due to Face Multiple Stab Wounds
Takeshi Kusunoki*, Hirotomo Homma, Yoshinobu Kidokoro, Aya Yanai, Mitsuhisa Fujimaki, Ayumi Yabe, Katsuhisa Ikeda
We experienced a case with a salivary cyst arising from a parotid duct injury due to multiple stab wounds to the face. In our case, the parotid duct injury was in front of the masseter muscle. We performed surgery on the central stump side of the parotid duct and cyst opening to the oral cavity under general anesthesia. Moreover, postoperative stenosis of the wound opening was prevented by making a valve flap from buccal mucous membrane to drain the wound for 3 weeks . No cyst has recurred a year after the operation.