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The prevalence of incidental paranasal sinus abnormalities in the summer and winter groups Summer (n=412) Winter (n=427) p padjusted Finding At least one finding 166 (40.3) 216 (50.6) 0.003 (*) 0.001 (*) MT 128 (31.1) 183 (42.9) 0.001 (*) 0.001 (*) RC-P 79 (19.2) 83 (19.4) 0.923 0.739 FC 16 (3.9) 10 (2.3) 0.198 0.376 Location F 39 (9.5) 58 (13.6) 0.062 0.021 (*) AE 61 (14.8) 94 (22) 0.007 (*) 0.002 (*) M 137 (33.3) 179 (41.9) 0.010 (*) 0.003 (*) PE 58 (14.1) 87 (20.4) 0.016 (*) 0.004 (*) S 46 (11.2) 57 (13.3) 0.335 0.179 MT: mucosal thickening; RC-P: retention cyst and polyp; FC: fluid collection; F: frontal sinus; AE: anterior ethmoid sinus; M: maxillary sinus; PE: posterior ethmoid sinus; S: sphenoid sinus; [P.sub.adusted]: p adjusted by gender (*) statistical significance Table 3.
"Endoscopic approaches to benign sphenoid sinus lesions: development of an algorithm based on 13 years of experience," J Laryngol Otol 2014; 128(9): 791-96.
Pneumatization of the sphenoid sinus in children evaluated by magnetic resonance imaging.
The finding of a sphenoid sinus mucocele in the first MRI raised the suspicion of a secondary CH, but we could not establish an unequivocal cause-effect relationship between the two entities at that time.
Mohidekar, "Chemodectoma of the nose and sphenoid sinus," Journal of Laryngology & Otology, vol.
Metallic foreign body in the sphenoid sinus after ballistic injury: A case report.
[1], the sphenoid sinus has remained a neglected area.
(2) The sphenoid sinus is intimately juxtaposed near cranial nerves II-VI.
We describe a patient with an aggressive follicular variant of papillary thyroid carcinoma who presented with an unusual metastasis to sphenoid sinus.
The most common sites of origin for primary mucoceles were the ethmoid sinus (31.5%) and sphenoid sinus (31.5%).