3. Kostakoglu N, KaYlkcIOglu A, Gtirsti KG (1996) Intramuscular Because of the potential for local recurrence, total ex vascular malformation of the masseter a rare case report. Eur J cision of the tumor and prolonged clinical follow-up are Plast Surg 19:221 required. 4. Rossiter JL, Hendrix RA, Tom LWC, Potsic WP (1993) Intra muscular hemangioma of the head and neck. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 108: 18 References 5. Jackson IT, Carreno R, Potparic Z, Hussain K (\ 993) Hemangio mas, vascular malformations, and Iymphovenous malformations: I. Knox RD, Pratt MF, Garen PD, Giles WC (1990) Intramuscular classification and methods of treatment. Plast Reconstr Surg hemangioma of the infratemporal fossa. Otolaryngol Head Neck 91: 1216 6. Mulliken J8, Glowacki J (1982) Hemangiomas and vascular mal Surg 103:637 2. Sharma BS, Joshi K, Chari PS, Rajvanshi A (1991) Hemangioma formations in infants and children: a classification based on endo of the temporal is muscle. Ann Oto1 Rhinol Laryngol 100: 76 thelial characteristics. Plast Reconstr Surg 69:412 This paper presents an interesting lesion, but it also shows Had this been a high-flow A V malformation, then the how useful the MRI scan is when one suspects a vascular treatment would have been very different, possibly in lesion. In this case, the tumor would have "lit up" very volving embolization, much more radical resection, and nicely showing the lesion to be of the low-flow variety, very careful follow-up. whereas if flow voids had been seen then it would have 1.T. Jackson come under the heading of a high-flow arteriovenous mal Editor-in-Chief formation. The CT scan does not really provide this kind Institute for Craniofacial and Reconstructive Surgery of information. An additional value of the MRI scan is Fisher Center - Third Floor that, for the initial assessment, it obviates the need for an 1600 I West Nine Mile Road Southfield, MI 48075, USA giography.
European Journal of Plastic Surgery – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 1, 1998
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