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A Case of Neurofibroma Presenting as a Nasolabial Mass

Sah DJ, Kim CD, Kim YJ, Kim SW

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):71-73.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.71
Neurofibroma is a benign neurogenic tumor thatmost often occurs in the head and neck region. However, a solitary neurofibroma on the nasolabial fold is extremely rare, with only a few...
A Case of the Huge Ethmoid Osteoma Involving the Skull Base and Orbit

Kang GG, Bae WY, Kim SJ

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):67-70.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.67
Osteoma is a slow-growing benign tumor that consists of mature or cancellous bone. It most commonly occurs in the frontoethmoidal area of the paranasal sinus and is usually asymptomatic. Surgical...
A Case of Pleomorphic Adenoma of the Nasal Septum Excised by Endoscopic Surgery

Eom TW, Hyun CL, Kim DY, Kim JH

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):63-66.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.63
Pleomorphic adenoma originates mainly in major salivary glands such as the parotid and submandibular glands, but has rarely been reported to arise in the nasal cavity, especially the nasal septum....
A Case of Optic Neuropathy Secondary to Sphenoid Sinus Aspergillosis

Jung SC, Oh HJ, Do NY, Lee JE

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):59-62.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.59
Orbital complication of an isolated sphenoid sinus lesion is rare. We recently experienced one case of optic neuropathy secondary to sphenoid sinus Aspergillosis. The patient presented with a headache and...
A Case of Ethmoid Osteoma with Orbital Extension Presenting with Occipital Headache

Lee JM, Kim JK, Yang SK, Lee TH

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):55-58.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.55
Osteoma is a slow-growing benign tumor composed of mature bone. Paranasal sinus osteoma is benign, well-circumscribed, slow-growing, frequently asymptomatic and usually diagnosed incidentally. However, depending on the location, osteoma may...
2 Cases of Reduction of Orbital Floor Fracture Using Fibrin Glue for Securing Bioresorbable Panel

Park T, Kim B, Bae K

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):51-54.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.51
Many surgical methods for the reconstruction of orbital floor fractures have been reported, and theseinclude transorbital, transantral and transnasal endoscopic approaches, among others. The choice of surgical approach and materials...
A Case of Osseous Hemangioma of Maxillary Sinus

Hwang SH, Lee IH, Ahn SH, Kang JM

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):47-50.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.47
Osseous hemangiomas typicallyoccur in the vertebral column and skull bones. Osseous hemangioma in the nasal cavity is extremely rare; only eight cases originating in theturbinates and maxillar bone have been...
A Case of Paraffinoma Removal Using Endoscope-Assisted Microdebrider

Na YS, Lee JW, Kim MJ, Park CH

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):44-46.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.44
Paraffin has been used illegally in Korea for many years as an oil-soluble substance to augment depressed nasal dorsum. Here we describe the successful management of a case of nasal...
The Footplate Suture Technique for External Nasal Valve Surgery

Cho JH, Han SY, Kim TH, Kim DE, Ahn BH

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):41-43.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.41
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: To report the preliminary results of the footplate suture technique for narrowing the columellar base to improve nasal respiration and the cosmetic features of the nasal sill. MATERIALS...
Prevention Technique Using Inferior Turbinate Mucosal Flap for Septal Perforation after Septoplasty

Choi JS, Jin KH, Park MW, Kang SH, Lim DJ, Yu MS, Kim H

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):37-40.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.37
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Septal surgery is the most common cause of nasal septal perforation. The aims of this study are to introduce a new technique for the prevention of septal...
Frontoethmoidal Cells on Computed Tomographic Analysis: The Prevalence and Relationship to Frontal Sinus/Recess Mucosal Thickening

Lee SJ, Kang HW, Yu KK, Kim HS

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):31-36.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.31
OBJECTIVES: To determine the prevalence of frontoethmoidal cells (FECs) in patients with and without frontal sinus/recess mucosal thickening and to establish the relationship between the FECs and the frontal sinus/recess...
Endoscopic Endonasal Marsupialization of Extensive Nasopalatine Duct Cysts Protruding into the Nasal Cavity

Hong SD, Kim JH, Choi JE, Chung SK

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):28-30.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.28
BACKGROUND: Nasopalatine duct cysts (NPDCs) are considered the most common non odontogenic cysts of the maxilla. Although the recommended treatment is complete removal of the lesion, complications, such as hematoma...
The Innate Immune Responses in Pathogenesis of Chronic Rhinosinusitis


  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):22-27.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.22
Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is a multifactorial and heterogeneous disease, and variousfactors, such as inflammation, infection, fungus, and superantigens, have been proposed to play crucial roles in its pathogenesis. Recently, the...
Endoscopic Management of Cerebrospinal Fluid Rhinorrhea

Heo SJ, Kim JS

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):15-21.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.15
Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) rhinorrhea has become a relatively common disease due to increasingincidents oftraffic accidents and endoscopic sinus surgeries, including skull base surgery. Improvements in surgical skills and endoscopicequipment have...
Otorhinolaryngologic Application of Stem Cells

Yoon BK, Kim DK, Kim DW, Jin HR

  • J Rhinol.
  • 2014 May;21(1):8-14.
  • doi: 10.0000/jr.2014.21.1.8
Stem cells can be isolated from almost any tissue in the body and are capable of proliferating in an undifferentiated manner and, under appropriate inductive conditions, differentiating into multiple cell...

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