antrochoanal

antrochoanal

(an″trō-kō′ă-năl) [ antro- + choanal]
Pert. to both the maxillary antrum and the cavity that connects the nasopharynx and nasal cavity.
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Polyposis which includes sinonasal polyposis, antrochoanal polyps and polyps with fungal aetiology is present in 34.
When compared to antrochoanal polyps, the nasal polyps have many more submucous glands and much more eosinophilic infiltration (5, 6).
2) Antrochoanal polyps are the most common form of choanal polyps.
It is still indicated in cases of irreversible scarring, polypoidal mucosal inflammation, antrochoanal polyps and inverted papilloma.
The most common type is the antrochoanal polyp, which originates in the mucosa of the maxillary sinus or antrum.
Antrochoanal polyp is a benign change of the mucous membrane of the maxillary sinus.
17), (19) An antrochoanal polyp refers to a solitary lesion that arises in the maxillary antrum of a non-atopic person, increases in size to widen the sinus ostium, and then extends into the nasal cavity.
On comparing the age incidence of various nasal masses, we found Rhinosporidiosis and Antrochoanal polyp were observed mostly in 2nd decade of life (33.
An antrochoanal polyp refers to a solitary lesion that arises in the maxillary antrum of an atopic person, increases in size to widen the sinus ostium, and then extends into the nasal cavity.
The most common indications are: chronic sinusitis refractory to medical treatment, recurrent sinusitis, nasal polyposis, antrochoanal polyps and sinus mucoceles.
Most choanal polyps arise from the maxillary sinus, and they are called antrochoanal polyps.
The antrochoanal polyp originates from maxillary antrum and extends through the ostium to the nasal cavity and nasopharynx.