Ewing’s sarcoma (ES) is a malignancy primarily affecting bone tissue that is commonly diagnosed in adolescents and young
adults. Its occurrence in the head and neck region is unusual and generally involves the mandible and maxilla. We report here a case
of Extraskeletal Ewing’s sarcoma (EES) of the Parapharangeal space in a 20 year-old female who presented with blurred vision,
dysphasia. CT examination showed a large, seemingly well-defined soft tissue mass in the left side of face involving parapharyngeal
space with intracranial extension. The patient undergone chemotherapy and radiotherapy. A review of the literature revealed only
one previous reports of EES occurring in the parapharyngeal space.