Epignathus Teratoma

“1 in 200,000 births. Solid tumor arising from the sphenoid bone, hard and soft palate, the pharynx, the tongue and jaw. The tumor grows into the oral or nasal cavity or intracranially. Differential diagnosis includes neck teratomas, encephaloceles, and other tumors of the facial structures. Polyhydramnios (due to pharyngeal compression) is usually present.” Read More


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