mucocele


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mu·co·cele

n. mucocele, dilatación de una cavidad ósea debida a una acumulación de secreción mucosa.

mucocele

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A sinus mucocele is a mucous collection lined by the mucous-secreting epithelium of a paranasal sinus.
The emphysematous areas can show ectatic airways, mucocele, and signs of infection with air-fluid levels.
A mucocele is an accumulation of saliva in subcutaneous tissue next to the salivary gland or duct also known as sialocele, are lined with inflammatory connective tissue differentiating them from cysts which have epithelial lining (Bellenger, 1992).
KeyWords: Lip Mucocele, Histopathology, Extravasation, Retention, Khyber College of Dentistry
Mucocele in the base of the tongue mimicking a thyroglossal duct cyst: a very rare location.
Mucinous lesions of appendix ranged from Mucocele, Low grade appendiceal mucinous neoplasm and Mucinous adenocarcinoma of the appendix.
The spectrum of the disease includes biliary colic, cholecystitis, mucocele, empyema and pancreatitis.
Villanueva's death, according to the death certificate, was due to cardiac arrest, acute respiratory distress syn-drome, and maxillary mucocele.
However, complications such as mucocele formation, gastroesophageal reflux, and malignant transformation because of leaving behind the oesophagus have been reported (1,4).
However, T1 signal can be intermediate or high depending on the protein content of the fluid, which can cause confusion with cholesterol granuloma and mucocele. Lack of contrast enhancement and trabecular disruption can be helpful in differentiation from these lesions (5).
Entre los tumores benignos los mas frecuentes son el cistadenoma mucinoso, tumor mucoso mas comun del apendice y asociado con cistadenomas de ovario y tumores colonicos, (1) el mucocele simple o quiste de retencion, hiperplasia vellosa (5) y, por ultimo, aun mas infrecuente, el neurofibroma asociado con la enfermedad de Von Recklinghausen o neurofibromatosis.