For bronchial inflammatory polyp
(fibroepithelial polyp), see comments in the section discussing papillomas.
The inflammatory polyp
in the right ear resolved with silver nitrate cautery.
Chronicity may be suggested by sentinel pile at the distal fissure margin, heaped-up fissure edges, visible sphincter fibers at fissure base, or an inflammatory polyp
at the inner fissure margin.
In our patient, the clinical picture and the absence of congenital masses during the early observations and on ultrasonography suggested an inflammatory polyp
Histopathology confirmed that the lesion was an inflammatory polyp
Histologic analysis confirmed that the mass was an inflammatory polyp
The differential diagnosis included an inflammatory polyp
or a malignant growth.
Pathologic examination identified the lesion as an inflammatory polyp
Biopsy analyses of the mass revealed inflammatory changes that were consistent with a reflux-induced inflammatory polyp
The diagnosis of an inflammatory polyp
was confirmed by pathologic examination.
Histopathologic examination of the lesion biopsy revealed that it was an inflammatory polyp
An otoscopic examination of the right ear demonstrated an edematous external auditory canal, with an inflammatory polyp
protruding from its superior wall (figure).