Of Ceruminal Glands

ICD-O:8420/3

Adenocarcinoma of ceruminal glands is a rare neoplasm presenting in the superficial part of the external ear canal. There is always local infiltration. The neoplasm possesses a glandular structure with evidence of apo-crine differentiation, but the glands show loss of a myo-epithelial layer and the cells are markedly atypical with increased mitotic activity. Recurrence is to be expected following surgical removal. Death due to involvement of local vital structures has been reported. Rare examples of low-grade adenocarcinoma of ceruminal glands have been documented.

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