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Epidemiology major salivary gland tumour in Eastern Indonesia

Elvis Jeferson, Septiman, Muhammad Faruk.

Abstract
Introduction: Salivary glands tumours are relatively rare to find. There is still no adequate data about the incidence of salivary gland tumours in Eastern Indonesia. The main objective of this research was to evaluate the patient profile, location of tumour, histopathology, and management of salivary glands tumours.
Methods: Descriptive retrospective used from January 2014 to December 2018, patients in Eastern Indonesia.

Results: There are 47 patients with salivary glands tumours. Females were 55,3% and male were 44,7%. By age groups found that <16 years for 2.1%, 16-30 years for 14,8%, 31-45 years for 32 %, 46-60 years for 23,4 %, >60 years for 27,7%. Based on the histopathology classification, pleomorphic adenoma for 34%, Whartin tumour for 2.1%, mucoepidermoid carcinoma for 29,8%, adenocarcinoma for 6,4%, Acinic cell carcinoma for 6,4%. Cystic adenoid for 6,4%, Epithelial carcinoma for 14,8%. Based on the location of the tumourís appearance, parotid gland for 85,1%, sub-mandibular gland for 8,6%, sublingual glands for 6,3%. Based by the incidences, first year for 25,5%, second year for 12,8%, third year for 21,3%, fourth year for 12,8%, fifth year for 27,6%.

Conclusion: Salivary gland tumours in our institution more common in women, developed in people aged 31-45 years, the parotid gland is the most common site and the most common malignant tumours are mucoepidermoid carcinoma.

Key words: Salivary glands tumors, Age, Gender, Histopathology


 
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Jeferson E, Septiman , Faruk M. Epidemiology major salivary gland tumour in Eastern Indonesia. doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.EPIDEMIOLOGY-MAJOR-SALIVARY-GLAND-TUMOUR


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Jeferson, E., Septiman, . & Faruk, . M. (2021) Epidemiology major salivary gland tumour in Eastern Indonesia. doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.EPIDEMIOLOGY-MAJOR-SALIVARY-GLAND-TUMOUR



Turabian Style

Jeferson, Elvis, Septiman, and Muhammad Faruk. 2021. Epidemiology major salivary gland tumour in Eastern Indonesia. doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.EPIDEMIOLOGY-MAJOR-SALIVARY-GLAND-TUMOUR



Chicago Style

Jeferson, Elvis, Septiman, and Muhammad Faruk. "Epidemiology major salivary gland tumour in Eastern Indonesia." doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.EPIDEMIOLOGY-MAJOR-SALIVARY-GLAND-TUMOUR



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Jeferson, Elvis, Septiman, and Muhammad Faruk. "Epidemiology major salivary gland tumour in Eastern Indonesia." doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.EPIDEMIOLOGY-MAJOR-SALIVARY-GLAND-TUMOUR



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Jeferson, E., Septiman, . & Faruk, . M. (2021) Epidemiology major salivary gland tumour in Eastern Indonesia. doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.EPIDEMIOLOGY-MAJOR-SALIVARY-GLAND-TUMOUR