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Journal of Medical Case Reports

, 10:341

First Online: 01 December 2016Received: 04 September 2016Accepted: 23 October 2016DOI: 10.1186-s13256-016-1114-1

Cite this article as: Yildirim, V., Pausch, N.C., Halama, D. et al. J Med Case Reports 2016 10: 341. doi:10.1186-s13256-016-1114-1

Abstract

BackgroundSinonasal inverted papilloma is a locally aggressive tumor arising from the Schneiderian membrane which lines the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses. Aggressive surgical approaches, such as lateral rhinotomy, were used until recently for complete removal of the inverted papilloma. Currently, endoscopic resection is the gold standard in the treatment of inverted papilloma. However, there are situations that justify an open approach. For example there are studies that report a higher postoperative recurrence rate after endonasal endoscopic resection, particularly in the treatment of recurrent diseases. While endoscopic resection performed by an experienced surgeon is definitely a minimally invasive therapy, an open approach is not necessarily associated with functional and aesthetic disadvantages.

This case report describes the treatment of inverted papilloma by an open approach. This has been described before but the new gold standard of endoscopic resection has to be taken into account before any treatment decision is made nowadays.

Case presentationContrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging of the head and neck area was indicated in a 72-year-old white German man who presented with suspected squamous cell carcinoma of his lower lip. Magnetic resonance imaging additionally revealed a 3×2 cm polycyclic arranged mucosal thickening with cystic and solid contrast affine shares at the antral laterocaudal area of his right maxillary sinus, extending from his right lateral nasal wall to his maxillary sinus floor.

He received antral polypectomy with medial maxillectomy via a unilateral LeFort I osteotomy approach. His pterygoid plate was preserved. A histological examination demonstrated a tumor composed of hyperplastic squamous epithelium protruding into the stroma surface epithelial cells grew downward into the underlying supportive tissue, thus producing a grossly convoluted cerebriform appearance. Two weeks later, the patient regained a well-formed maxilla without any restrictions. He has remained disease-free for 25 months following the surgery and surveillance was continued in our tumor clinic.

ConclusionsEndoscopic resection of an inverted papilloma continues to be the gold standard. However, some cases require a radical approach. This does not necessarily increase patient morbidity.

KeywordsInverted papilloma Endoscopic resection Radical approach Caldwell–Luc Case report  Download fulltext PDF



Author: Vedat Yildirim - Niels Christian Pausch - Dirk Halama - Heinz-Theo Lübbers - Ayhan Yildirim

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