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Endolymphatic sac tumor: a temporal rarity revisited

In Indian Journal of Otology
Contributor(s): Jojo A | Shemin Z | Ramachandran PV | Moorthy S | Sandya CJ | dranirudhnair@gmail.com | Nair AV.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Vol 21 Issues 1.Publisher: 2015Description: 5-7.Subject(s): Endolymphatic sac tumor, High-resolution computed tomography temporal bone, Magnetic resonance imaging, Papillary adenocarcinoma | DDC classification: Online resources: Click here to access online In: Indian Journal of OtologySummary: Endolymphatic sac tumor (ELST) is a rare cystadenomatous neoplasm with a benign histopathological appearance and a locally destructive behavior. ELST can produce clinical manifestations even when it's microscopic in size. The imaging hallmark of ELST is the presence of retrolabyrinthine mass associated with osseous erosion. Treatment of ELST involves local resection of the tumor or radical mastoidectomy, or in combination with radiotherapy.
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Endolymphatic sac tumor (ELST) is a rare cystadenomatous neoplasm with a benign histopathological appearance and a locally destructive behavior. ELST can produce clinical manifestations even when it's microscopic in size. The imaging hallmark of ELST is the presence of retrolabyrinthine mass associated with osseous erosion. Treatment of ELST involves local resection of the tumor or radical mastoidectomy, or in combination with radiotherapy.

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