Retroperitoneal Ganglioneuroma: An Unusual Cause for Hoarseness

MICR-32-cervicotomy-adenectomy
Mounir Hmidi, Mohamed Sinaa and Salah Bellasri

 

Abstract

Retroperitoneal ganglioneuroma (RGN) is a very rare entity, especially in children and adolescents. Certain clinical, histopathologic, radiologic, and genetic parameters can help distinguish ganglioneuroma from more aggressive tumors. We report the case of a 22-year-old man who was presented to Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, Military Hospital with a retroperitoneal ganglioneuroma, that presented as symptomatic left cervical mass and vocal cord paralysis.

Published on: October 15, 2019
doi: 10.17756/micr.2019-032
Citation: Hmidi M, Sinaa M, Bellasri S. 2019. Retroperitoneal Ganglioneuroma: An Unusual Cause for Hoarseness. J Med Imaging Case Rep 3(2): 36-37.

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