Cervicofacial masses constitute a set of different lesions in terms of their origin, evolution and specific treatment.
We can classify them into four categories: lymph node inflammatory masses, metastatic adenopathies, cervicofacial congenital malformations, and soft tissue tumors of the head and neck.
In this group we find cystic lesions of recognized congenital origin, such as branchial cysts, as well as cysts associated with endocrine glands and salivary thyroid cysts, parathyroid and salivary mixed tumors that without being congenital, represent a frequent pathology that we will find in the head and neck. We also include those cysts associated with cutaneous structures, of uncertain etiology, among is the dermoid cyst of congenital origin that comes to represent in the facial field, which at the cervical level are the gill cysts.
Soft tissue tumors of the head and neck are neoplasms that arise from the tissues of the facial and cervical region and do not originate in the osteocartilaginous skeleton, nor in the trachea of the esophagus, the larynx, the thyroid, the parathyroids and the salivary glands. They represent 10% of all soft tissue tumors. Other exclusions are skin tumors, central nervous system tumors, lymph node metastases. Including the derivatives of the vascular endothelium and excluding congenital processes such as lymphangioma and teratoma.
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