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Photoimmunotherapy with surgical navigation and computed tomography guidance for recurrent maxillary sinus carcinoma

Published:September 18, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anl.2022.09.001

      Abstract

      Photoimmunotherapy (PIT) using lasers to target treatment areas is effective for unresectable locally advanced or unresectable locoregionally recurrent head and neck cancer; however, there are only two devices to target the treatment area. One illuminates tumour tissue through a needle, and the other illuminates tumour tissue superficially. Treating lesions surrounded by bone, such as in maxillary sinus cancer, is difficult. We report the first case of PIT for unresectable recurrent maxillary sinus cancer employing surgical navigation and computed tomography guidance in a 56-year-old man. Although he underwent concurrent chemoradiotherapy for cT4bN0M0 maxillary sinus cancer, the tumour recurred at the primary site 6 months post treatment. Chemotherapy was performed for approximately 1 year; however, the tumour progressed. The tumour involved the anterior wall of the maxillary sinus and caused bone destruction; thus, we believed that PIT with a needle device was possible if the puncture was carefully performed. We used a surgical navigation system for neurosurgery and computed tomography guidance to ensure that intraoperative punctures were accurately performed. The operation time was 1 h 52 min and the treatment was completed as planned. Tumour necrosis and volume reduction were obtained with no severe adverse events, which reduced the patient's pain.

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