In the differential diagnosis of benign masses in tonsils, the following should be considered: juvenile angiofibroma
, fibroepithelial polyp, arteriovenous malformation, lymphangiectasia, squamous papilloma, hamartoma, inclusion cyst, lipoma, and fibroma (6, 7).
Nasal Juvenile Angiofibroma
vs Arteriovenous Hemangioma, Diagnosis Challenge.
Bolzoni Villaret, "Juvenile angiofibroma
: evolution of management," International Journal of Pediatrics, vol.
INTRODUCTION: Juvenile angiofibroma
has been recognized since the ancient times of Hippocrates.
is the most common benign tumor of nasopharynx.
The differential diagnosis of a benign polypoid tonsillar lesion includes squamous papilloma, lymphangioma, epidermal inclusion cyst, juvenile angiofibroma
, hemangioma, fibroepithelial polyp, fibroma, fibroxanthoma, lipoma, adenoma, and chondroma.
Endoscopic surgery for juvenile angiofibroma
: when and how.
The use of intensity modulated radiotherapy for the treatment of extensive and recurrent juvenile angiofibroma
. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 2000;52:261-8.
(16) Nicolai et al reviewed the cases of 15 patients who underwent endoscopic surgery for juvenile angiofibroma
, including 4 who had modified Fisch stage III disease; they emphasized the importance of drilling out the pterygoid canal to explore the basisphenoid bone.
of skull base [Yunosheskaya angiofibroma osnovaniya cherepa], in Russian, Moscow, Medicine.
. In: Michael G, George G, Martin J, Ray C, John H,Nicholas S J,editors.
Objectives: To describe the surgical handling of juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma, both approach and anesthesia, to demonstrate compromise and staging and to determine complications and recurrence of juvenile angiofibroma
using Le Fort I approach.