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Correlations between anatomical variations of the nasal cavity and ethmoidal sinuses on cone-beam computed tomography scans

Shokri A, Faradmal M, Hekmat B

PURPOSE: Anatomical variations of the external nasal wall are highly important, since they play a role in obstruction or drainage of the ostiomeatal complex and ventilation and can consequently elevate...
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A Case of Synchronous Double Primary Cancer in the Nasopharynx and Nasal Cavity Related with Epstein-Barr Virus

Seon SW, Lee E, Woo CG, Lee JY

Multiple primary malignant neoplasms indicate an occurrence of two or more malignancies in a patient, and double primary cancers are the most common type. When the second primary cancer occurs...
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Low-Grade Fibromyxoid Sarcoma Arising in Posterior Nasal Cavity: Case Report and Review of the Literature

Sohn JH, Lee K, Cho KR

Low-grade fibromyxoid sarcoma (LGFMS), a soft tissue tumor that has high recurrence and metastasizing potential, rarely occurs in the head and neck region. Therefore, the treatment for LGFMS in the...
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A Case of Chronic Noninvasive Actinomycosis in the Nasal Cavity

Lee JH, Jeong JY, Kim JS, Heo SJ

Actinomycosis is a rare anaerobic, gram-positive bacterial infection caused by Actinomyces, which is a normal flora in the gastrointestinal and female genitourinary tracts. The cervicofacial area is a common infection...
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Infection of Oligochaetes, Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri (Annelida: Oligochaeta), in the Nasal Cavity of a Chinese Man

Liu H, Zhang Z, Huang G, Gu X, Wang C, Wang Y, Lu Z

The infection by Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri Claparède, 1862 (Oligochaeta: Tubificinae) in humans is relatively uncommon. The present report is to describe an incidental human infection with oligochaetes in the nasal cavity...
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A Case of Immunoglobulin G4-Related Sclerosing Disease not Responded to Steroid in Nasal Cavity

Ko SH, Yoon HJ, Zheng T, Jeong JH

IgG4-related sclerosing disease was first discovered when researching autoimmune pancreatitis. It is an autoimmune disease that causes fibrosis on the pancreas, bile duct, gall bladder, salivary glands, and lungs. It...
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Subfrontal Schwannoma Extended Broadly to Nasal Cavity Treated by Gamma Knife Radiosurgery Following Surgical Excision: A Case Report

Kim SH, Lee JH, Sung SK, Choi CH

Subfrontal schwannomas are rarely reported. They are usually found only in the subfrontal area, but some extend to the nasal cavity. In these cases, prevention of postoperative cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)...
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A Case of Rhinosporidiosis of the Nasal Cavity

Kim YW, Choi SH, An J, Jung JH

Rhinosporidiosis is a chronic granulomatous infectious disease caused by Rhinosporidium seeberi, which is endemic to South India, Sri Lanka, and parts of Africa. It is primarily an infection of the...
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Clinical Features and Outcomes of a Rare Nasal Cavity Tumor Glomangiopericytoma

Han SH, Jin YJ, Hong SN, Kim DW, Park MH, Rhee CS, Lee CH, Won TB

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Glomangiopericytoma falls within the category of borderline low-malignant-potential soft tissue tumors of the nose and paranasal sinuses. It is a rare tumor arising from the pericytes surrounding...
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A Case of Nasal Cavity Foreign Bodies by Inhalation of Polyurethane Foam

Lee JH, Park JS, Lee KC, Hong SJ

Foreign bodies in the nasal cavity are commonly encountered in otorhinolaryngologic practice, particularly among children and mentally handicapped patients. Such foreign bodies include plastic toys, pebbles, seeds, buttons, and many...
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Three Cases of IgG4-Related Sclerosing Disease in Nasal Cavity

Lee JR, Lee BJ, Chung YS

IgG4-related sclerosing disease (IgG4-RSD) is characterized by extensive IgG4-positive plasma cell and T-lymphocyte infiltration of various organs. However, the nasal cavity is an extremely rare site of involvement. The authors...
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Induction chemotherapy in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma of the paranasal sinus and nasal cavity: a role in organ preservation

Ock CY, Keam B, Kim TM, Han DH, Won TB, Lee SH, Hah JH, Kwon TK, Kim DW, Kim DY, Rhee CS, Wu HG, Sung MW, Heo DS

BACKGROUND/AIMS: The role of induction chemotherapy (IC) for eyeball preservation has not been established in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) of the paranasal sinus and nasal cavity (PNSNC)....
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A Case of Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma of the Nasal Cavity

Kim EH, Yoon MH, Yeo NK

Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma (EHE), a rare vascular tumor that is both clinically and histologically an intermediate between angiosarcoma and hemangioma, was first described by Sharon Weiss and Franz Enzinger. It is...
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A Case of Low Grade Osteosarcoma Developing in the Middle Skull Base after Radiotherapy of Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma in the Posterior Nasal Cavity

Jung J, Mun SJ, Shin DH, Roh HJ

Adenoid cystic carcinoma arises rarely in the nasal cavity and paranasal sinus. Treatment strategy showing the best survival rate includes surgical excision and adjuvant radiotherapy. There were a few case...
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A Case of Vascular Leiomyoma in Nasal Cavity: Case Report and Literature Review

Yoon SW, Park MJ, Han EM, Sohn JH

Vascular leiomyoma may arise from the muscular layer of blood vessel wall, which is extremely rare in the nasal cavity or paranasal sinuses. According to the online search on pubmed...
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A Case of Undifferentiated Carcinoma Originating from the Inferior Turbinate of Nasal Cavity

Kim DY, Kim MB, Hyun CL, Kim JH

Sinonasal undifferentiated carcinoma (SNUC) is a rare and highly aggressive malignant tumor arising from the schneiderian epithelium of the nasal cavity or paranasal sinuses. The presenting symptoms are diverse depending...
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A Case of Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Nasal Cavity Treated with Conversion to Sirolimus in a Patient with Kidney Transplantation

Ryu TH, Choi SH, Jung P, Lee KH, Kim HS, Oh JS, Kim SM, Sin YH, Kim JK

Conversion of immunosuppressants to sirolimus, an inhibitor of mammalian target of rapamycin, is a useful treatment option for prevention of the adverse events of immunosuppressants such as calcineurin inhibitor in...
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Analysis of the Results Endonasal Dacryocystorhinostomy Related to Nasal Cavity State

Baek SK, Ha MS

PURPOSE: This study evaluated the relationship of nasal cavity state and surgical results after endonasal dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR). METHODS: We retrospectively analyzed 306 eyes of 204 patients between January 2007 and December...
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Endoscopic Endonasal Marsupialization of Extensive Nasopalatine Duct Cysts Protruding into the Nasal Cavity

Hong SD, Kim JH, Choi JE, Chung SK

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...
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Vegetable or Pulse Granuloma in the Nasal Cavity

Yeo NK, Eom DW, Lim HW, Song YJ

Vegetable granuloma or pulse granuloma results from the implantation of food particles of vegetable origin. Pulse granulomas have mainly been reported in association with lung aspirations, the oral cavity with...
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