|作者：||Décio de Natale Caly, Abrão Rapoport, Otávio Alberto Curioni, Rogério Aparecido Dedivitis, Claudio Roberto Cernea, Lenine Garcia Brandão|
1PhD in Pathology - AC Camargo Hospital. Pathologist - Heliopolis Hospital - São Paulo.
2Senior Associate Professor - Department of Surgery, Medical School - University of São Paulo. Technical Director of the Department of Health - Heliopolis Hospital, São Paulo and São José Hospital Surgeon at the RBBP, São Paulo.
3Senior Associate Professor - Department of Surgery - Lusiada Foundation - Santos. Head of the Department of Head and Neck Surgery and Otorhinolaryngology - Heliópolis Hospital - São Paulo and Surgeon - São José Hospital - RBBP, São Paulo.
4MD. Full Professor. Larynx Group Supervisor - Department of Head and Neck Surgery, University Hospital - Medical School - University of São Paulo.
5Associate Professor - Department of Head and Neck Surgery, Medical School - University of São Paulo.
6Full Professor - Department of Head and Neck Surgery, Medical School - University of São Paulo. Department of Head and Neck Surgery, Medical School - University of São Paulo.
|刊名：||Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology, 2013, Vol.79 (5), pp.625-628|
|关键词：||carcinoma; squamous cell; immunohistochemistry; lymphatic diseases; lymphoma;|
|原始语种摘要：||Abstract(#br)The cervical lymph nodes are relevant due to the diversity of clinical entities. The use of immunohistochemistry is a real method to elucidate the diagnosis of adenopathy, both primary and metastatic neoplasms.(#br)Objective(#br)To assess the value of immunohistochemistry in the diagnosis of cervical lymph nodes malignancies.(#br)Method(#br)Retrospective study of the database histopathological specimens from 2009 to 2011.(#br)Results(#br)Out of 32 biopsies of cervical lymph nodes, in 16 (50%) the immunohistochemistry was employed, being 68.75% (11) in hematological neoplasms and 31.25% (5) in carcinomas. It was used in all cases of lymphoma.(#br)Conclusion(#br)The immunohistochemistry was used in 50% of the biopsies of lymph nodes under suspicion of malignancy, being 31.25%... in epithelial lesions and 68.75% in lymphoproliferative lesions.|