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Accessory parotid gland tumor: A rare case reports of acinic cell carcinoma
Falah A. Haweramy1, Shakhawan M. Ali2, Noroz Hama Rashid3, Nazar A. Amin4, Payman Kh. Mahmud5
1BDS HDD FICMS, Lecturer, Department of Oral Surgery College of Dentistry, University of Sulaimany, Sulaimany, Kurdistan Region, Iraq.
2BDS HDD KBMS candidate, KBMS trainee, Maxillofacial Department, Sulaimany teaching hospital, Sulaimany, Kurdistan region, Iraq.
3BDS FKCMS, Lecturer, Maxillofacial Department, Sulaimany teaching hospital, Sulaimany, Kurdistan region, Iraq.
4BDS MSC KBMS candidate, Lecturer, Department of Oral Surgery College of Dentistry, University of Sulaimany, Sulaimany, Kurdistan region, Iraq.
5BDS KBMS candidate, KBMS trainee, Oral medicine Department, Sulaimany teaching hospital, Sulaimany, Kurdistan region, Iraq.

Article ID: 100038Z12FH2017
doi:10.5348/Z12-2017-38-CR-3

Address correspondence to:
Shakhawan Mahmood Ali
Suilamany teaching hospital
Suilamany, Kurdistan region
Iraq

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Haweramy FA, Ali SM, Rashid NH, Amin NA, Kh. Mahmud P. Accessory parotid gland tumor: A rare case reports of acinic cell carcinoma. J Case Rep Images Surg 2017;3:9–13.


Abstract
Introduction: The accessory parotid tumor is rare, with a reported frequency of 1–7.7% of all parotid gland tumors. Wide excision (excision of mass and accessory lobe of the parotid gland) through standard parotidectomy incision is the treatment of choice for the intra-accessory parotid gland tumor with an intact parotid fascia.
Case Report: We report a case of acinic cell carcinoma of an accessory parotid gland in a 70-year-old female, who presented with a painless mass on the left side of cheek for two years duration. The tumor in this case was surgically resected through standard parotidectomy incision with temporal extension, identification of buccal branch of the facial nerve and ligation of parotid duct. The histopathological diagnosis was acinic cell carcinoma.
Conclusion: Tumor of accessory parotid gland should always be in the differential diagnosis of mid-cheek mass, confirmation best achieve by biopsy. Adjuvant treatment must be considered whenever negative margin not achieved.

Keywords: Acinic cell carcinoma, Histopathology, Parotid gland, Tumor


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Author Contributions
Falah A. Haweramy – Substantial contributions to conception and design, Acquisition of data, Analysis and interpretation of data, Revising it critically for important intellectual content, Final approval of the version to be published
Shakhawan M. Ali – Analysis and interpretation of data, Drafting the article, Revising it critically for important intellectual content, Final approval of the version to be published
Noroz Hama Rashid – Analysis and interpretation of data, Revising it critically for important intellectual content, Final approval of the version to be published
Nazar A. Amin – Analysis and interpretation of data, Revising it critically for important intellectual content, Final approval of the version to be published
Payman Kh. Mahmud – Analysis and interpretation of data, Revising it critically for important intellectual content, Final approval of the version to be published
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About The Authors

Falah A. Haweramy is Assistant Professor at Oral Surgery Department, University of Sulaimany, Sulaimany Kurdistan Region, Iraq. He earned undergraduate degree (BDS) from Dentistry College, University of Musl, Musl, IRAQ and postgraduate degree (FICMS) from Iraqi Board. He has published four research papers in national and international academic journals. His research interests include parotid gland surgery and orthognathic surgery.



Shakhawan Mahmood Ali is KBMS Trainee at KBMS, Kurdistan Region Iraq. He earned undergraduate degree (BDS) from College of Dentistry University of Sulaimany, Sulaimany, Iraq and postgraduate degree (HDD) from Oral and Maxillo Facial Surgery University of Sulaimany, Sulaimany, Iraq. He has published three research papers in national and international academic journals. His research interests include dental implant and parotid gland surgery.



Noroz Hama Rashid is Specialist at Maxillofacial Department, Sulaimany Teaching Hospital, Sulaimany, Kurdistan Region, Iraq. She earned undergraduate degree (BDS) from College of Dentistry University of Sulaimany, Sulaimany, Iraq and postgraduate degree (FKCMS) from Kurdistan Board for Medical Speciality, Kurdistan Region, Iraq. She has published two research papers in national and international academic journals. Her research interests include orthognathic and oral surgery.



Nazar A. Amin is Lecturer at Oral Surgery Department, University of Sulaimany, Sulaimany Kurdistan Region, Iraq. He earned undergraduate degree (BDS) from College of Dentistry University of Musl, Musl, Iraq and postgraduate degree (MSC) from College of Dentistry University of Sulaimany, Sulaimany, Iraq. He has published one research papers in national and international academic journals. His research interests include dental implant and oncology.



Payman Khalid Mahmud is KBMS TRAINEE at KBMS, Kurdistan Region Iraq. She earned undergraduate degree (BDS) from College of Dentistry, University of Sulaimany, Sulaimany, Iraq. She has published one research papers in national and international academic journals. Her research interests include oral ulceration and hematological disease.




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