Abstract| Volume 60, ISSUE 10, e9, December 2022

4. Audit of Risk Factors to Predict the Recurrence of Salivary Gland Pleomorphic Adenomas

      Recurrent pleomorphic adenomas (rPA) are often numerous, multifocal, and located distant from their original tumour site, despite their benign nature. There is a lack of consensus on the management of recurrences. This study is the largest case series published to date. This study aims to characterise the time-to-recurrence rPA, associated risk factors and multinodular nature.
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