Source: Romanian Medical Journal. Inverted papilloma is a rare epithelial benign neoplasm which presents a number of significant therapeutic problems due to a high rate of postoperative recurrence and a significant percentage of malignancy.
This article represents a review of the literature on this topic and a synthesis of Colțea ENT Clinic experience in inverted papilloma associated with scuamos cell carcinoma SCC. Study design.
VI, NR. Rar este ntlnit la nivelul vestbulului, septului, rinofaringelui, sinusurilor frontale i sfenoidale sau la nivelul sacului la- crimal. Etologia papilomului invertt este necunos- cut. Au fost incriminate cauze multple precum: polipoza nazal, alergia, sinuzita cronic, factori externi carcinogeni, infecia viral. Alergia este puin probabil s e una dintre cauzele de- clanatoare ale bolii indc pacienii nu prezint istoric de alergii, iar tumora este cel mai frecvent unilateral.
Retrospective, between and 7 years. Out of 36 patients with schneiderian papilloma treated in our clinic, 8 were inverted papilloma carcinoma with inverted papilloma associated with SCC.
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