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Schneiderian papilloma of the sinonasal tract

April 28, 2015  |  Lester D.R. Thompson, MD

The overall clinical presentation of Schneiderian papillomas is quite nonspecific, with nasal obstruction, polyps, headache, epistaxis, and rhinorrhea the most common symptoms.

Multifocal inverted papillomas in the head and neck

March 2, 2015  |  Jyoti Sharma, MD; David Goldenberg, MD; Henry Crist, MD; Johnathan McGinn, MD


Inverted papilloma is a rare benign neoplasm that usually originates in the lateral nasal wall. It can be a locally aggressive lesion and invade nearby structures. While primarily a nasal neoplasm, cases of an inverted papilloma involving the temporal bone, pharynx, nasopharynx...

Focal hyperostosis of an intranasal inverted papilloma observed on computed tomography

September 18, 2014  |  Jae-Hoon Lee, MD; Ha-Min Jeong, MD

Precise preoperative identification of the tumor origin is as important as detecting the extent of tumor invasion.

Synchronous verrucous carcinoma and inverted papilloma of the lacrimal sac: Case report and clinical update

October 24, 2013  |  Cheryl Gustafson, MD; Eugene Einhorn, MD; Mary H. Scanlon, MD; Kenneth E. Morgenstern, MD; Paul J. Howlett, MD; Noam A. Cohen, MD, PhD


Inverted papilloma is a benign epithelial tumor of the nasal cavity. It is known to coexist with malignancy in 5 to 13% of cases, with squamous cell carcinoma being the most common malignancy. Another associated malignancy, one that is extremely rare, is verrucous carcinoma. To...

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