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Modern management of juvenile recurrent parotitis

  • P Capaccio (a1), P E Sigismund (a1), N Luca (a1), P Marchisio (a2) and L Pignataro (a1)...
Abstract
Aims:

To evaluate modern diagnostic and therapeutic management of juvenile recurrent parotitis, and to show the benefits of operative sialoendoscopy on the basis of our experience in 14 patients and the results of others.

Results:

Ultrasonography is sensitive in detecting the pathological features of juvenile recurrent parotitis. Interventional sialoendoscopy is a safe and effective method of treating the disease. In our case series, after a mean follow-up time of 30 months only 5 patients experienced recurrence of symptoms, with a mean symptom-free period of 20 months.

Conclusion:

The use of modern, minimally invasive diagnostic tools such as colour Doppler ultrasonography, magnetic resonance sialography and sialoendoscopy represents a new frontier in the management of juvenile recurrent parotitis. Operative sialoendoscopy also has the important therapeutic benefit of reducing the number of recurrences of acute episodes of parotitis, thus giving patients a better quality of life until puberty.

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Address for correspondence: Dr Paolo Enrico Sigismund, Via F Sforza 35, 20122 Milano, Italy Fax: +39 0250320248 E-mail: spoldazza@hotmail.it
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