August 21, 2016 | Davut Akduman, MD; Mehmet Haksever, MD; Muhammed Yanilmaz, MD; Fevzi Solmaz, MD
Mulberry hypertrophy occasionally coexists with sinonasal pathologies. There are very few reports in the literature on this clinical entity. We conducted a retrospective study to draw attention to this condition in the context of accompanying sinonasal pathologies. Our study...
July 18, 2016 | Maya Adhami, MD; Andre Coste, MD; Virginie Escabasse, MD; Frederique Chalumeau, MD
Choanal polyps are unilateral sinonasal lesions that are classified according to their site of origin. The aim of this report is to highlight an unusual form of choanal polyp and to present a thorough literature review. To the best of our knowledge, only 6 cases of a choanal...
April 30, 2016 | Jacky Wai-Kei Lam, MBBS(HK), FHKCORL, FHKAM(ORL); Leah Lai Lau, MBBS(HK)
The differential diagnosis of sinonasal pathologies with highly radiodense materials includes rhinolith, mycetoma, inverted papilloma with calcifications, chondrosarcoma, osteosarcoma, and fibro-osseous lesions.
June 5, 2015 | Mohammad Farhadi, MD; Mitra Barati, MPH; Azardokht Tabatabaii, MS; Mehdi Shekarabi, PhD; Samileh Noorbakhsh, MD; Shima Javadinia, MD
The pathogenesis of nasal polyps has been debated for many years. The lymphocytes that infiltrate nasal polyps have been identified as predominantly memory T cells in an activated state, and these cells produce a mixed cytokine pattern of T1 helper (Th1) and T2 helper (Th2)...