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Angiomatous nasal polyp: Clinical diagnostic dilemma

By Sunder Goyal, Ghanshyam Jayvardhan, Snigdha Goyal and Isha Saini

Abstract

<p>Angiomatous polyp (Angiectatic nasal polyps) is rare and its incidence is 4-5% of all nasal polyps. As it occurs with variable clinical features and there is no confirmatory preoperative investigation, clinical diagnosis can be a dilemma. Clinical picture of angiofibroma, simple antrochoanal polyp and inverted papilloma may resemble with each other. As polyps invade surrounding bone, these should be distinguished from a malignant mass. We present an interesting case of an infarcted angiectatic nasal polyp with extensive surrounding bony destruction. Correct preoperative radiological diagnosis is important to avoid unnecessary extensive surgery. Histopathological evaluation of polyps is mandatory since they require different treatment due to difference in the prognosis.</p

Topics: Angiomatous Polyp, Bone Destruction, Benign, Medicine, R
Publisher: IJCTO
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:b046a5bad8864d5ab5bfe77f41d5e229
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