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Secret Sonic Weapons’ War Lead to Carcinogenesis

  • Open or Close Robert Skopec*

    Research Analyst, Slovakia

    *Corresponding author: Robert Skopec, Research Analyst, Department 01, Axon, Dubnik, Slovakia

Submission: August 01, 2018; Published: August 15, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/ITERM.2018.01.000502

ISSN: 2578-0336
Volume1 Issue1


Necrotizing sialometaplasia, delineated initially in 1973 by Abrams et al. [1] is an infrequent, self limiting, variably ulcerated, benign, reactive, necrotising inflammatory mechanism prevailing upon minor salivary glands of the hard palate. Necrotising sialometaplasia exemplifies < 1% of the biopsied oral lesions [2]. The lesion is significant enough that it may be misconstrued for a malignancy and compel an extensive and irrelevant surgery. The phenomenon is categorized as a subsidiary “tumour -like” in the WHO classification of the salivary glands tumours.

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