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A novel DEK::AFF2 fusion carcinoma was recently described in 29 patients who originally presented with non-viral–associated nonkeratinizing squamous cell carcinoma. The tumors occurred at multiple sites in the head and neck including in the sinonasal tract, middle ear, and temporal bone. This...
The classification of poorly differentiated sinonasal carcinomas and their nonepithelial mimics has experienced tremendous developments during the last 2 decades. These recent developments paved the way for an increasingly adopted approach to a molecular-based or etiology-based refined...
Genetic profiling has caused an explosion in the subclassification of sinonasal malignancies. Distinguishing several of these tumor types by histomorphology alone has been quite challenging, and although pathologic classification aims to be as specific as possible, it remains to...
Salivary gland intraductal carcinoma (IDC) is a very uncommon group of neoplasms. Many names, variations in diagnostic criteria, and newly observed molecular findings (including NCOA4::RET, TRIM27::RET, HRAS point mutations, and PIK3CA pathway alterations) have generated further confusion in...
Salivary gland classification has benefitted immensely from the growing field of molecular diagnostics. Microsecretory adenocarcinoma, a novel salivary gland malignancy recently included in the fifth edition of the World Health Organization Classifications of Head and Neck Tumours, is one such...
Thyroblastoma is a novel thyroid malignancy included in the 5th Edition WHO Classification of Endocrine and Neuroendocrine Tumours. The majority of tumors now classified as thyroblastoma were originally regarded to be malignant thyroid teratomas. However, these neoplasms were recently recognized...
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