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Warthin's tumour - Resolution following FNA


, : Warthin's tumour - Resolution following FNA. International Journal of Surgery Case Reports 5(8): 471-472

This case report describes the acute presentation of a patient with a Warthin's tumour in his right parotid gland and complete resolution of the tumour following fine needle aspiration biopsy.

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PMID: 24973530

DOI: 10.1016/j.ijscr.2014.04.028


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