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IgG4-related plasma cell granuloma of the maxillary sinus: A report of 2 cases

September 21, 2015  |  Masaru Kojima, MD, PhD; Yoshimasa Nakazato, MD, PhD; Kaoru Hirabayashi, MD, PhD; Nobuhide Masawa, MD, PhD; Naoya Nakamura, MD, PhD

Abstract

We report 2 rare cases of IgG4-related plasma cell granuloma of the maxillary sinus. Histologically, both lesions were characterized by severe lymphoplasmacytic infiltration. In 1 case, fibrous sclerosis and obliterative arteritis were observed. Immunohistochemical study...

Giant palatal pyogenic granuloma

February 2, 2015  |  Yu-Hsuan Lin, MD; Yaoh-Shiang Lin, MD

The differential diagnosis for a pyogenic granuloma should include hemangioma, bacillary angiomatosis, peripheral giant cell granuloma, peripheral ossifying fibroma, and some malignancies, such as Kaposi sarcoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and achromic melanoma.

Resolution of laryngeal granuloma with high-dose prednisone

May 8, 2014  |  Matthew L. Mesick, MD; Philip A. Weissbrod, MD

Laryngeal manifestation of pemphigus vulgaris is extremely rare and typically associated with ulcerations, bullae, and crusting.

Multiple plasma cell granulomas of the larynx in a young man

March 19, 2014  |  Courtney Shires, MD; Sandeep Samant, MD, FACS

Abstract

Plasma cell granuloma of the larynx is a rare benign lesion of unknown etiology, with only 21 cases reported previously. We report an additional case of plasma cell granuloma in which a 26-year-old man experienced a 1.5 x 3.4-cm, completely obstructing subglottic lesion....

How to approach a bilobed petrous apex granuloma: A case report

January 21, 2014  |  Aaron G. Benson, MD

Abstract

Cholesterol granulomas are the most common lesions involving the petrous apex. However, they are still an uncommon finding overall, and they often remain undiagnosed until they have become extremely large and symptomatic. Many surgical approaches to the petrous apex exist....

Recurrent pyogenic granuloma in a noncompliant patient

January 21, 2014  |  David Galos, MD; Farhad R. Chowdhury, DO; Reena Gupta, MD; Yolanda D. Heman-Ackah, MD; and Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

Patients occasionally develop multiple recurrent granulomas even after excellent reflux control (including fundoplication), voice therapy, surgical removal (including steroid injection into the base of the granuloma), angiolytic laser therapy, and other treatments.

Chronic facial pain and Meckel cave masses as the initial presentation of neurosarcoidosis: A case report

December 20, 2013  |  Graham M. Strub, PhD; Jaime E. Moore, MD; Andrew T. Huang, MD; Aaron W. Stevenson, MD; Evan R. Reiter, MD, FACS

Abstract

Sarcoidosis is a systemic inflammatory disease that can affect virtually every organ system, leading to a wide variety of clinical manifestations. Central nervous system involvement producing neurologic symptoms can occur in patients with sarcoidosis, yet rarely are these...

A false-positive FDG uptake in Teflon granuloma: A case report

April 18, 2013  |  Munir Demir Bajin, MD; Ali Sefik Hosal, MD

Abstract

Positron emmision tomography (PET) is successfully used to monitor malignancies. Unfortunately it is not tumor specific. We present a case with history of rectum cancer and lentigo maligna who underwent PET-CT which revealed an increased uptake in the larynx. What was first...

Hemorrhagic vocal process granuloma

April 18, 2013  |  Farhad R. Chowdhury, DO; Kevin Hsu, DO; Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

Most small vocal process granulomas will resolve spontaneously if the primary insult is removed, but these lesions have a very high tendency to recur.

Central giant cell reparative granuloma of the ethmoids with bilateral proptosis and intracranial extension

February 25, 2013  |  Subhash C. Gupta, MS; Sachin Jain, MS; Ravi Mehrotra, MD; Himanshu P. Singh, MBBS

Abstract

Central giant cell reparative granuloma is an infrequent, benign, proliferating lesion affecting the maxilla, mandible and, rarely, cranial bones. A 16-year-old girl presented with a 6-month history of recurrent nasal bleeding, a mass in the nose, difficulty in nasal breathing...

Wegener granulomatosis

January 24, 2013  |  Lester D.R. Thompson, MD

Wegener granulomatosis presents clinically as ulcerative and crusted lesions with tissue destruction.

Cholesterol granuloma

October 8, 2012  |  Joseph A. Ursick, MD; Derald E. Brackmann, MD

 Cholesterol granulomas can cause bony expansion and typically become symptomatic when they encroach upon adjacent cranial nerves.

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