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PARTIAL SUPERFICIAL
PAROTIDECTOMY IN PAROTID
BENIGN TUMOR
Ricardo Yáñez MD, Francisco J. Loyola MD, Jorge Cornejo MD,
Mari...
Background
• Neoplasms of the parotid glands
account for about 2-3% of head and
neck tumors.
• Most tumors are benign and
...
Background
• The surgical technique of superficial
parotidectomy via a facelift incision is
described.
Lohuis PJ et al .An...
Aim
• To present the results of treatment,
histology, complications and
recurrence.
• To compare classic superficial
parot...
Method
• Retrospective analysis of all patients
with benign parotid tumors who
underwent parotidectomy at our
center betwe...
Method
• Medical record review
• Clinical evaluation
• t-student (SPSS 16.0)
IPRAS 2013
Method
Surgical
Technique
IPRAS 2013
Method
Surgical Technique for partial suprafacial
parotidectomy via a facelift incision
IPRAS 2013
• Incision is made
behi...
Results
• The series consisted of 75 patients, 49
women.
• The average age was 46 years (range
17-77 years).
IPRAS 2013
Results
Distribution by surgical technique
IPRAS 2013
Results
Distribution by histology
IPRAS 2013
Results
n %
Temporary facial nerve palsy 35 46.7
Depression of the surgical
bed
12 16
Periauricular dysesthesia 14 18.7
Fr...
Results
n=75
Total parotidectomy
(n=3)
Suprafacial
(n=53)
Parcial
(n=19)
Temporary facial
nerve palsy
35 (46.7%) 3 (100%) ...
Results
Suprafacial
(n=53)
Parcial
(n=19)
p
Temporary facial
nerve palsy
28 (52.8%) 4 (21%) <0,05
Depression of
the surgic...
Discussion
• The application of techniques based on the
anatomy of the facial nerve and less invasive
surgeries such as pa...
PARTIAL SUPERFICIAL
PAROTIDECTOMY IN PAROTID
BENIGN TUMOR
Ricardo Yáñez MD, Francisco J. Loyola MD, Jorge Cornejo MD,
Mari...
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PARTIAL SUPERFICIAL PAROTIDECTOMY IN PAROTID BENIGN TUMOR. IPRAS

  1. 1. PARTIAL SUPERFICIAL PAROTIDECTOMY IN PAROTID BENIGN TUMOR Ricardo Yáñez MD, Francisco J. Loyola MD, Jorge Cornejo MD, Mariana Valenzuela MD, Raúl Martínez MD and Grace Tapia MD. Dr. Sotero del Río Hospital Chile IPRAS 2013
  2. 2. Background • Neoplasms of the parotid glands account for about 2-3% of head and neck tumors. • Most tumors are benign and treatment is suprafacial parotidectomy Lin et al. / American Journal of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Medicine and Surgery 29 (2008) 94–100 IPRAS 2013
  3. 3. Background • The surgical technique of superficial parotidectomy via a facelift incision is described. Lohuis PJ et al .Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol. 2009 Apr;118(4):276-80. IPRAS 2013
  4. 4. Aim • To present the results of treatment, histology, complications and recurrence. • To compare classic superficial parotidectomy with partial superficial parotidectomy. IPRAS 2013
  5. 5. Method • Retrospective analysis of all patients with benign parotid tumors who underwent parotidectomy at our center between 2001 and 2010. • The patients with malignant tumor was excluded. IPRAS 2013
  6. 6. Method • Medical record review • Clinical evaluation • t-student (SPSS 16.0) IPRAS 2013
  7. 7. Method Surgical Technique IPRAS 2013
  8. 8. Method Surgical Technique for partial suprafacial parotidectomy via a facelift incision IPRAS 2013 • Incision is made behind the tragus. • Then extended distally around the origin of the earlobe to the retroauricular fold. • At the level of the tragus the retroauricular incision is extended posteriorly and then curved in occipital direction into o just below the hairline.
  9. 9. Results • The series consisted of 75 patients, 49 women. • The average age was 46 years (range 17-77 years). IPRAS 2013
  10. 10. Results Distribution by surgical technique IPRAS 2013
  11. 11. Results Distribution by histology IPRAS 2013
  12. 12. Results n % Temporary facial nerve palsy 35 46.7 Depression of the surgical bed 12 16 Periauricular dysesthesia 14 18.7 Frey syndrome 2 2.6 Dissatisfied with his scar 0 0 Pain or periauricular discomfort 0 0 Tumor recurrence 0 0 Postoperative complications IPRAS 2013
  13. 13. Results n=75 Total parotidectomy (n=3) Suprafacial (n=53) Parcial (n=19) Temporary facial nerve palsy 35 (46.7%) 3 (100%) 28 (52.8%) 4 (21%) Depression of the surgical bed 12 (16%) 3 (100%) 9 (17%) 0 Periauricular dysesthesia 14 (18.7%) 2 (66.7%) 10 (18.8%) 2 (10.5%) Frey syndrome 2 (2.6%) 2 (66.7%) 0 0 Dissatisfied with scar 0 0 0 0 Pain or periauricular discomfort 0 0 0 0 Tumor recurrence 0 0 0 0 Postoperative complications by surgical technique IPRAS 2013
  14. 14. Results Suprafacial (n=53) Parcial (n=19) p Temporary facial nerve palsy 28 (52.8%) 4 (21%) <0,05 Depression of the surgical bed 9 (17%) 0 <0,05 Periauricular dysesthesia 10 (18.8%) 2 (10.5%) N.S Frey syndrome 0 0 N.S Dissatisfied with scar 0 0 N.S Pain or periauricular discomfort 0 0 N.S Tumor recurrence 0 0 N.S Comparative analysis: Suprafacial vs parcial IPRAS 2013
  15. 15. Discussion • The application of techniques based on the anatomy of the facial nerve and less invasive surgeries such as partial suprafacial parotidectomy allow low morbidity rates and no difference in recurrence rate. • The results obtained were similar to those described in the literature. IPRAS 2013
  16. 16. PARTIAL SUPERFICIAL PAROTIDECTOMY IN PAROTID BENIGN TUMOR Ricardo Yáñez MD, Francisco J. Loyola MD, Jorge Cornejo MD, Mariana Valenzuela MD, Raúl Martínez MD and Grace Tapia MD. Dr. Sotero del Río Hospital Chile IPRAS 2013

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