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Leiomyoma of the nasal septum  [cached]
Singh R,Hazarika P,Balakrishnan R,Gangwar N
Indian Journal of Cancer , 2008,
Abstract: Leiomyoma of nasal cavity is an extremely rare and unusual benign mass that uncommonly arises from the nasal septum. These are vascular or nonvascular masses of myogenic origin. We present a rare case of leiomyoma arising from the nasal septum and discuss its management using KTP 532 laser.
Histochemical Study of the Presence of Glycoproteins in the Skin-mucosa Transition Zone in Human Nasal Septum  [PDF]
G. Sierra Galera,J. A. Prada Oliveira,M. Carmen Glez. Macias,C. Verastegui
Journal of Medical Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: A group of horseradish peroxidase-conjugated lectins (Con-A, WGA, PNA, RCA-I, SBA, DBA, UEA-I) and the classical histochemical techniques to detect sialic acids were used to study the content and distribution of terminal sugar residues of glyco conjugated in the skin-mucosa transition zone in the nasal septum of healthy patients. This transition zone possesses a specific histological characteristic, where is changed a stratified epithelium first into a columnar and then into a pseudostratified one. The results showed a histochemical pattern in the basal cells of the epithelium similar to the common pattern in the epidermis, but different to the basal cells of the nasal mucosa. The transition zone possesses terminal residues rich in Nac-Glucosamine, neuroaminic acid, dimer Gal (1-3)-GalNac and N-acGlc and D-Glc/ D-Man.
NASAL SEPTUM DEVIATION AND CONDUCTIVITY HEARING LOSS IN CHILDREN  [PDF]
Gabriela KOPACHEVA-BARSOVA,Marina DAVCHEVA-CHAKAR,Irena DUMA-VASOVSKA
Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation , 2007,
Abstract: The human respiratory system is extremely com-plicated and it has been extensively investigated, yet the system has not been fully recognized. De-viation of the nasal septum, which changes the airflow in this part of the res-piratory tract, can af-fect the state of the paranasal sinuses as well as the functions of the auditory tube. It can also cause hypertrophy of adenoids. In the available literature on skeletal deviations of the nasal septum and their influ-ence on the state of hearing and, particularly, on the state of the auditory tube and middle ear, there are no uniform views.
Surgery of the nasal septum and turbinates
Matthias, Christoph
GMS Current Topics in Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery , 2007,
Abstract: The following article presents nasal septum and turbinate surgery. First an overview with special consideration of the anatomical and physiological background is given followed by indications for surgical procedures. Key steps of the gold standard procedure first described by Cottle and common variations are presented. Furthermore, some techniques dealing with special problems of the septumplasty are discussed followed by an overview on complications and long term results. However, it should be mentioned that studies on surgical procedures of the nasal septum are still not sufficient as higher evidence levels are very rare. Within a separated chapter techniques for closure of septum perforations are presented and indications particularly in the background of the standard procedure of bridge flaps forwarded by Schultz-Coulon are discussed. The second part focusses on turbinate surgery. Accordingly, anatomical and physiological basics are presented followed by indications for surgical procedures and the surgical steps of different procedures as well as postsurgical treatment and long term results.
Absceso del septum nasal
Barril,María F; Ferolla,Fausto M; José,Pablo; Echave,Cecilia; Tomezzoli,Silvana; Fiorini,Sandra; López,Eduardo Luis;
Archivos argentinos de pediatr?-a , 2008,
Abstract: a nasal septal abscess (na) is defined as a collection of pus between the cartilage or bony septum and its normally applied mucoperichondrium or mucoperiostium. it is an uncommon disease wich should be suspected in a patient with acute onset of nasal obstruction and recent history of nasal trauma, periodontal infection or an inflammatory process of the rhinosinusal region. we report a case of an 8-year-old boy with bilateral na caused by community-acquired methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus(mr-co) in order to emphasize the importance of prompt diagnosis and adequate treatment to prevent the potentially dangerous spread of infection and the development of severe functional and cosmetic sequelae.
Nasal septum extramedullary plasmacytoma  [PDF]
Beli? Branislav,Mitrovi? Slobodanka,Arsenijevi? Sne?ana,Erdevi?ki Ljiljana
Vojnosanitetski Pregled , 2013, DOI: 10.2298/vsp1302221b
Abstract: Introduction. Plasmacytomas are malignant tumors characterized by abnormal monoclonal proliferation of plasma cells. They originate in either bone - solitary osseous plasmacytoma, or in soft tissue - extramedullary plasmacytoma (EMP). EMP represents less than 1% of all head and neck malignancies. Case report. We presented a case of EMP of the nasal septum in a 44-year-old male who had progressive difficulty in breathing through the nose and frequent heavy epistaxis on the right side. Nasal endoscopy showed dark red, soft, polypoid tumor in the last third of the right nasal cavity arising from the nasal septum. The biopsy showed that it was plasmacytoma. Bence Jones protein in the urine, serum electrophoresis, bone marrow biopsy, skeletal survey and other screening tests failed to detect multiple myeloma. This confirmed the diagnosis of EMP. The mass was completely removed via an endoscopic approach, and then, 4 week later, radiotherapy was conducted with a radiation dose of 50 Gray. No recurrence was noted in a 3-year follow- up period. Conclusion. EMP of the nasal cavity, being rare and having long natural history, represents a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge for any ear, nose and throat surgeon. Depending on the resectability of the lesion, a combined therapy is the accepted treatment.
Deformation of the nasal septum in children, adolescents, and adults in Western Pomerania Province of Poland  [cached]
Teul I,Zbislawski W,Baran S,Czerwinski F
European Journal of Medical Research , 2009, DOI: 10.1186/2047-783x-14-s4-244
Abstract: Objectives Nasal septum deformation (NSD) contributes to the occurrence of upper respiratory tract diseases in around 45-55% of Poland's population. The evaluation of frequency of occurrence and type of nasal septum deformation among randomly chosen representatives of the Szczecin and surrounding area population was the aim of this study. Methods NSD was assessed in 235 patients (123 male, 112 female) aged 5-60. Mladina's classification system was used for the evaluation. Results Deformations of nasal septum were found in 43% of the examined subjects. Type 3 of NSD dominated (12.4%), while types 2 and 1 were found in 10.3% and 4.2% of the subjects, respectively. 9.2% of the patients showed type 5 of deformation, while types 6, 4, and 7 were found in 1.3%, 3.2% and 2.7% of the patients, respectively. Conclusions Straight nasal septum was found in females more often than in males, mostly on the left side. Associations between NSD, on one side, and age, sex, and traumas, on the other were found. NSD influenced the quality of respiration and frequency of upper respiratory tract diseases in the examined subjects.
Perforation of the Nasal Septum and Nasal Ulcers  [PDF]
Maria Pilar Martín-Fortea, Isabel Sanjoaquín-Conde, Santiago Letona-Carbajo, Maria José Crusells-Canales, Julián Cuesta-Mu?oz, Juan Antonio Amiguet-García
World Journal of AIDS (WJA) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/wja.2011.12005
Abstract: A case about a HIV woman with nasal ulcers is described in this paper. In every inmunodepressed patient who has mu-cosal or cutaneous ulcers, infection by leishmanial parasites needs to be ruled out, especially when ulcers have not re-gression with usual treatments. The Leishmanial nasal disease usually shows swelling and mucosal ulcers, that may progress to necrosis. Delaying in appropriate therapy might cause irreversible damage.
Eosinophilic Angiocentric Fibrosis of the Nasal Septum  [PDF]
Yunchuan Li,Honggang Liu,Demin Han,Hongrui Zang,Tong Wang,Bin Hu
Case Reports in Otolaryngology , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/267285
Abstract: Background. Eosinophilic angiocentric fibrosis (EAF) is a rare benign condition of unknown aetiology that causes stenosis of the upper respiratory tract. It is most commonly found at the nasal septum and sinus mucosa causing mucosal thickening and nasal obstructive symptoms. The diagnosis is mainly based on characteristic histologic findings. Case Report. A 27-year-old young woman presented with a slow growing mass at her anterior nasal septum for over eight years. She complained of persistent nasal obstruction, epistaxis, sometimes diffused facial pain, and chronic headache. 3 years ago, the tumor was partially resected for ventilation and a nasal septum perforation was left. Imaging findings indicated soft-tissue thickening of the anterior part of septum and adjacent lateral nasal walls. Pathological examination showed numerous inflammatory cells infiltrates containing eosinophils, fibroinflammatory lesion with a whorled appearance fibrosis which typically surrounded vessels. A diagnosis of eosinophilic angiocentric fibrosis was made. All laboratory tests were unremarkable. Skin prick test was positive. The tumor-like lesion was totally resected. Conclusions. EAF is a rare benign and progressive disorder causing destruction. Combined with radiological imaging of EAF historical findings contribute to the diagnosis. It is important to prevent tumor from recurrence by total resection of the lesion. 1. Introduction Eosinophilic angiocentric fibrosis (EAF) is a rare, benign condition of unknown aetiology which may cause local tissue progressive destruction [1]. It mainly involves the sinonasal tract and is especially common at the nasal septum. EAF typically presents in young to middle-aged females. Most of the patients complain of progressive sinonasal obstructive with a tumor-like lesion. The etiology of EAF is unknown, and the diagnosis is mainly based on histologic findings. The histologic features include perivascular inflammatory cell infiltration (mainly eosinophils). The eosinophils infiltration is gradually replaced by the progressive fibrosis lesion with “onion-skin” pattern around small blood vessels [1–6]. It was first described by Holmes and Panje in 1983 who reported a case of so-called ‘‘intranasal granuloma faciale” [7]. After two years, Roberts and McCann reported two female patients with an unusual stenosing lesion involving the upper respiratory. They gave a descriptive diagnosis according to the histologic findings: eosinophilic angiocentric fibrosis [8]. Until now, 51 patients diagnosed with EAF have been reported in the English
Perforation of nasal septum: etiology and diagnosis  [cached]
Fornazieri, Marco Aurélio,Moreira, Jemima Herrero,Pilan, Renata,Voegels, Richard Louis
International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology , 2010,
Abstract: Introduction: The nasal septum perforation is an occasional finding of rhinoscopy and most patients are asymptomatic. However, there are several possible etiologies of this condition, making necessary a thorough investigation. Objective: To review the literature the main causes of septal perforation and describe the diagnostic tests currently used. Method: A systematic literature review of journals indexed identifiable until December 2008. Final Comments: The main causes are the traumatic / iatrogenic nasal drug use, exposure to toxic gases, inflammatory and infectious diseases and neoplasms. The diagnosis is based on detailed medical history, focusing on occupation and origin of the patient, observation of the characteristics of mucosal injury on biopsy and collection of additional tests such as ANCA, guided by the main suspect.
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