The 12th case of a cervical teratoma in an adult is presented. This malignant lesion, located in the parapharyngeal space, presented clinically with signs and symptoms of a cervical cord compression secondary to metastases. The computed tomography, dynamic scan, and angiography workup of this patient is presented, and the literature is reviewed.
- Cervical teratoma
- Extradural metastatic disease
- Malignant cervical teratoma
- Parapharyngeal space mass