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Case Report Open Access
Accounting for only about 1% of all oral malignant lesions, metastatic tumors in the oral and maxillofacial region are relatively rare. More specifically, prevalence of these tumors in the tongue is even smaller, only 0.2%. Pancreatic cancer rarely metastasizes in this region. This case report describes the diagnosis of a malignant pancreatic tumor that metastasized to the tongue. Clinical manifestations are discussed in light of the rare nature and severity of this tumor.
Oral metastasis, Pancreas cancer, Oral tongue cancer, Oral Cancer