Papilloma sinus nasale, Papilloma sinus paranasalis
Recidív invertált sinonasalis papilloma endoszkópos kezelése: retrospektív vizsgálat 14 eset kapcsán. Author s : Barnabás, Horváth; Bence, Börcsök; Martina, Katona; Bence, Bajor; Tamás, Horváth; Bálint, Liktor Abstract: Introduction: Although nowadays endoscopic surgery has become the gold standard for treating the vast majority of inverted sinonasal papilloma, reports of the efficacy of purely endoscopic surgery for recurrent diseases are rare.
Az orrüreg és paranasalis üregek daganatai ebm Célok Idősebb betegek visszatérő sinusitise esetén — különösen, ha az előzményben nem szerepel sinusitis — gondolni kell paranasalis tumor lehetőségére. Osteoma Gyakran véletlen leletként fedezik fel sinus röntgenfelvételen köralakú, szolid, fokozott transzparencájú terület, ami tumorra emlékeztet.
Objective: The aim of our study was to determine the effectiveness of purely endoscopic surgery for recurrent sinonasal inverted papilloma and evaluate the predictive value of focal hyperostosis for tumor origin.
Methods: A retrospective chart review of patients who underwent purely endoscopic surgical resection for recurrent inverted papilloma between January and November was carried out.
Data were papilloma sinus nasale about patient demographics, tumour attachment site, imaging, pathological findings, surgical approaches, follow-up, and recurrence. The preoperative sinus Papilloma sinus nasale scans were reviewed by head and neck radiologist who was blinded to the intraoperative findings. The radiologist attempted to identify focal hyperostosis in the sinuses.
The radiological findings were then correlated with the actual site of attachment. Results: Fourteen revision cases were retrieved with a minimum follow-up of 16 months mean follow-up 44 months. One tumor was confirmed malignant.
Names of Inverted Papilloma
Conclusion: Purely endoscopic surgery is an effective treatment for recurrent inverted papilloma. The cone-shaped focal hyperostosis allows preoperative localization of tumour attachment.
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