Sinonasal inverted papilloma mri
Source: ORL. We begin by presenting the normal anatomic structures and anatomic variants on CT imaging. Particular CT scan aspects of each paranasal sinus are presented.
The author is focused on anatomical, clinical and imagistic correlations of the rhinosinusal pathology malformations, inflammatory, benign or malignant tumorswhich are very important for the preoperative imagistic diagnosis and surgical therapeutic indication.
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The endoscopic approach was performed through a small bone window by sinonasal inverted papilloma mri midline of the sinonasal inverted papilloma mri, with sinonasal inverted papilloma mri restoration of the bone support at the end of the surgery using a titanium mesh.
Although the surgical staff has a lot of experience in doing the endoscopic transnasal approach, there are some cases where sinonasal inverted papilloma mri transnasal route cannot safely solve certain pathologies.
This is the reason why the authors wish to illustrate the need of using an approach that will ensure a proper management of any kind of complications that can occur during surgery, specific to these tumors bleeding, cerebrospinal fluid leak. In this case, the transcranial endoscopic approach was the best solution.
Inverted Papilloma of Right Maxilla and CNV2
Keywords frontal sinus, tumor, external endoscopic approach Rezumat Prezentăm cazul unui pacient, în vârstă de 62 de ani, cu o formaţiune tumorală voluminoasă de sinus frontal bilateral, cu sindrom cefalalgic sever şi distrucţia parcelară a laminei papiracee stângi şi a peretelui posterior al sinusului frontal drept.