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Idiopathic nasal bone osteitis: A preliminary report on a recently recognized entity

August 21, 2016  |  Yotam Shkedy, MD; Ohad Ronen, MD; Sarah Gips, MD; Avi Front†; Tal Marshak, MD; Nechama Uri, MD

Abstract

Osteitis of the nasal bones is a rare disease; when it occurs, it usually has a known etiology. To the best of our knowledge, idiopathic nasal bone osteitis (NBO) has not been described before. We conducted a study to analyze the behavior of idiopathic NBO and its outcome and...

Subjective and objective parameters in the evaluation of radiofrequency ablation of the inferior turbinate do not correlate: A pilot study

August 21, 2016  |  Peter Valentin Tomazic, MD; Claus Gerstenberger, MSc; Bettina Rant, MD; Ulrike Nemetz, MD; Christiana Brezjak-Kahlert, MD; Axel Wolf, MD; Kurt Freudenschuss, MD; Gerald Wolf, MD

Abstract

Inferior turbinate hypertrophy is a common cause of nasal obstruction. We conducted a prospective study to correlate subjective and objective parameters in assessing the effectiveness of radiofrequency ablation (RFA). Our initial study population was made up of 10 patients who...

Functional and psychological impact of nasal bone fractures sustained during sports activities: A survey of 87 patients

August 21, 2016  |  Paul Lennon, FRCS(ORL-HNS); Sam Jaber, MRCS; John E. Fenton, FRCSI, FRCS(ORL)

Abstract

Nasal bone fractures that require reduction are a common sequela of sports injuries. We conducted a survey to ascertain the outcomes of patients who had experienced a nasal bone fracture and who subsequently underwent manipulation under anesthesia. We reviewed data on 217 nasal...

Mulberry hypertrophy and accompanying sinonasal pathologies: A review of 68 cases

August 21, 2016  |  Davut Akduman, MD; Mehmet Haksever, MD; Muhammed Yanilmaz, MD; Fevzi Solmaz, MD

Abstract

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...

Balloon dilation of the sphenoid sinus ostium for recurrent sphenoid sinusitis

August 21, 2016  |  Ken Yanagisawa, MD, FACS; Dewey A. Christmas, MD; Joseph P. Mirante, MD, FACS; Eiji Yanagisawa, MD, FACS

The natural sphenoid sinus ostium is often amenable to balloon dilation, which can be performed in the office under local anesthesia or in the operating room under general anesthesia.

A case of radiation-induced mucosal melanoma in an immunohistochemically S-100-negative patient

August 21, 2016  |  Michael Rodriguez, DO; Yash Patil, MD; Arun Gupta, DO, MPH

Abstract

We report a case of radiation-induced mucosal melanoma in a 41-year-old woman with a history of childhood rhabdomyosarcoma of the nasal cavity that had been treated with radiotherapy. During the workup for the melanoma, the patient was found to be negative for S-100 protein on...

Blastomycosis of the nose: A case report

August 21, 2016  |  Thomas M. Jetmore, MD; Jennifer Phan, MD; Abideen O. Yekinni, MD, FACS

Abstract

Blastomyces dermatitidis is a thermally dimorphic fungus endemic to the North American soil near the Mississippi, Ohio, and St. Lawrence river valleys, as well as the Great Lakes Basin. It is responsible for blastomycosis, a systemic pyogranulomatous disease. Blastomycosis of...

Ketamine-snorting-induced nasal septum perforation

July 18, 2016  |  Keng-Kuang Tsai, MD; Chih-Hung Wang, MD, PhD

Ketamine causes vasoconstriction, and long-term abuse leads to mucosal ischemia, atrophy and, ultimately, necrosis, followed by underlying cartilage or bone destruction.

Virtual reality in rhinology--a new dimension of clinical experience

July 18, 2016  |  Ivica Klapan, PhD, MD; Pero Raos, PhD, MEng; Tomislav Galeta, PhD, MEng; Goranka Kubat, MD

Abstract

There is often a need to more precisely identify the extent of pathology and the fine elements of intracranial anatomic features during the diagnostic process and during many operations in the nose, sinus, orbit, and skull base region. In two case reports, we describe the...

The inferior turbinate, an unusual site for a choanal polyp: Two case reports and a review of the literature

July 18, 2016  |  Maya Adhami, MD; Andre Coste, MD; Virginie Escabasse, MD; Frederique Chalumeau, MD

Abstract

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...

Investigation of diagnosis and surgical treatment of mucosal contact point headache

June 14, 2016  |  Jia Wang, MD; Jin-Shu Yin, MD; Hong Peng, MD

Abstract

We aimed to investigate the differences in incidence of nasal anatomic abnormalities between patients with and without headache and the outcome of surgical treatment for the headache patients with mucosal contact points. We conducted the observational study and recruited 107...

Twenty-four years of powered endoscopic nasal polypectomy

June 14, 2016  |  Dewey A. Christmas, MD; Joseph P. Mirante, MD, FACS; Eiji Yanagisawa, MD, FACS

Powered endoscopic nasal polypectomy with a microdebrider can be performed with either local or general anesthesia.

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