antrostomy

antrostomy

 [an-tros´tah-me]
incision of an antrum with drainage.

an·tros·to·my

(an-tros'tō-mē),
Formation of a permanent opening into any antrum.
[antro- + G. stoma, mouth]

antrostomy

/an·tros·to·my/ (an-tros´tah-me) the operation of making an opening into an antrum for purposes of drainage.

antrostomy

(ăn-trŏs′tə-mē)
n.
The surgical formation of an opening into an antrum.

an·tros·to·my

(an-tros'tŏ-mē)
Formation of a permanent opening into any antrum.
[G. antron, cave + G. stoma, mouth]

antrostomy

A surgical operation for SINUSITIS, in which an opening is made into one of the antrums (sinuses) around the nose so as to allow infected material to drain away.

an·tros·to·my

(an-tros'tŏ-mē)
Formation of a permanent opening into any antrum.
[G. antron, cave + G. stoma, mouth]

antrostomy (antros´təmē),

n a surgical opening into an antrum, either through the medial wall into the nose or through the lateral wall into the oral cavity.
References in periodicals archive ?
Right uncinectomy, right antrostomy and right anterior ethmoidectomy were done.
We performed bilateral ethmoidectomy and right-sided middle meatal antrostomy and found that the right maxillary sinus was filled with mucopurulent secretions.
Uncinectomy and middle meatal antrostomy was performed in all cases.
Powered endoscopic maxillary antrostomy was described in detail (7) and has continued to be a useful procedure over the past 25 years.
Caption: Figure 2: Intra-operative procedure on left side PRF alone: (I J) Incision given, mucoperiosteal flap reflected and preparation of the antrostomy site done; (K, L, M) Sinus elevation and PRF preparation done and taken into a sterile container; (N) PRF inserted into the space created after the elevation of the sinus membrane; (O) Implants placement is done in the molar region; (P) Closure
After preoperation assessment including subjective complains (snoring, sleep apnea, nasal blockage, mouth breathing, and daytime fatigue) and objective assessment (BMI, ENT examination, PSG, and computed tomography [CT] scan), all 12 patients went through bilateral endoscopic total ethmoidectomy, bilateral endoscopic middle meatal antrostomy with removal of maxillary sinus tissue, bilateral submucous resection of the inferior turbinates, and bilateral outfracturing of the inferior turbinates.
27) The surgical management involves complete removal of the polyp (both antral and nasal parts) and wide middle meatal antrostomy, along with correction of any predisposing anatomic variants.
Anatomy of maxillary ostia should be well understood by the endoscopic sinus surgeons in order to perform the middle meatus antrostomy.
The conference was preceded by courses and workshops on Skull Base Surgery: From open to endoscopic- the transition and evolution, Nasal/sinus anatomy for the neurosurgeons- the intranasal landmarks, antrostomy, ethmoidectomy, Endoscopic approaches to the pituitary and the skull base-Tips and the techniques, anatomical dissection besides indications and limitations of endoscopic approach to anterior skull base.
Following discussion by the multi-disciplinary team, a working diagnosis of sinonasal myxoma was agreed upon with recommendation for a left Caldwell-Luc antrostomy, leading to extensive excision of the mass.
Patients requiring other procedures like cautery, submucosal diathermy, turbinectomy and middle meatal antrostomy were excluded.
With diagnosis of refractory chronic sinusitis to antibiotic treatment, a left maxillary sinus antrostomy was performed and from the material obtained a request was made for bacteria, mycobacteria, and fungus cultures, as well as a histopathological study.