Inverted papilloma and hpv. Inverted papilloma disease
Source: ORL. Author s : Manea, Claudiu Abstract: Inverted papilloma is a common epithelial benign tumour, of uncertain aetiology, arising from the outlining Schneiderian respiratory membrane.
Papilloma of nasal cavity locally aggressive neoplasm is a lesion of the mucosal membrane of the nasal cavity and the paranasal sinuses, inverted papilloma and hpv of welldifferentiated columnar or ciliated respiratory epithelium.
It has a high risk of association with malignancies. Surgery is the primary treatment.
Management of Inverted Papilloma by Andrew Goldberg, MD After surgery, the risk of local recurrence varies with the extent of resection, with an often recurrence if incompletely excised. We conclude that the endoscopic approach has proven to become a safe and effective method over papilloma of nasal cavity traditional approach.
Nevertheless, in cases of advanced tumour stages, or malignancy, the best surgical option is to use a wide access, as radical antrostomy or paralateronasal rhinotomy. English Copyright of ORL. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged.
No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Although the surgical staff has a lot of experience in doing the endoscopic transnasal approach, there are some cases where the transnasal route cannot safely solve certain pathologies.
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