Clinical Analysis Of Sphenoid Sinus Mucocele With Initial Neurological Symptoms

Below is result for Clinical Analysis Of Sphenoid Sinus Mucocele With Initial Neurological Symptoms in PDF format. You can download or read online all document for free, but please respect copyrighted ebooks. This site does not host PDF files, all document are the property of their respective owners.

A 46-year-old woman with a history of personality change

In one study, the most frequent clinical finding was headache (87%), followed by anosmia (78%), personality changes (63%), visual impairment (61%), increased intracranial pressure (ICP) syndrome (51%), and seizures (36%).3 The time from the development of initial symptoms to the time of diagnosis varies between different studies

Benign Inverted Papilloma with Intracranial Extension

a large mucocele involving the left maxillary sinus and sphenoid sinus. Additionally, a sinonasal mass extended intraconally into the left orbit and intracranially into the left anterior cranial fossa (Fig. 1). An endoscopic biopsy was performed to establish a diagnosis, revealing inver-sion of a metaplastic squamous epithelium consistent

Mucocele of the sphenoidal sinus

However, the course of the symptoms is not always progressive, and a mucocele of the sphenoidal sinus sometimes causes symptoms which fluctuate and even a spontaneous disappearance of the symptoms may occur temporarily, as illustrated by the following two cases. Case 1 (A.34324) A 48-year-old male cook of Spanish origin was admitted to the National

International Journal of Gerontology

Plasma-cell myeloma Clinical aspects. N Engl J Med. 1959;261:952 960. 13. Kanie N, Banno T, Shibuya M. Sphenoid sinus mucocele producing hyperprolactinemia. No shinkei geka Neurol Surg. 1982;10:969 974. 14. Humallapally N, Meshref A, Mousaet M, et al. Solitary plasmacytoma: population-based analysis of survival trends and effect of various treat-

Rozzi et al. Spontaneous Unilateral Intrasphenoidal Meningocele

their symptoms, and no apparent neurological sequelae. Differential Diagnoses: The differential diagnosis for a fluid density lesion located unilaterally within the sphenoid sinus primarily includes lesions arising from the sphenoid sinus itself, most commonly mucocele, mycetoma, and sinusitis. Mass effect by

Isolated inverted papilloma of the sphenoid sinus

2). The bony walls of the sinus were intact. initial diagnosis was a sphenoid mucocele and the patient was scheduled for an endoscopic sphenoidotomy under general anaesthesia. By means of rigid endoscopes the anterior sphenoid sinus wall was removed to reveal a rather rm, greyish mass that lled the whole sinus. Its

Unusual Association of Sphenoidal Schwannoma with Nasosinusal

opacification with a 5 x 3.5 cm sphenoid sinus expansive lesion. There was no calcification or bone destruction (Figure 1). The initial suspicion was sphenoidal mucocele, and MRI was performed. The MRI showed an expansive mass of the 4.1 x 4.4 x 4.2 cm sphenoid sinus expansive mass, heterogeneous on T2

Rapid Improvement of Cranial Neuropathies after Endoscopic

noid sinus can become symptomatic due to the compression of proximal structures or the invasion of contiguous anatomic regions.3,4 We present a case of a patient with a long-standing symptomatic sphenoid sinus mucocele whose symptoms rapidly resolved after a minimally invasive endoscopic decompression and marsupialization. CASE REPORT

Headache Caused by a Sphenoid Mucocele but Presenting as an

An endonasal endoscopic sinus operation was performed, and a mucocele of the sphenoid sinus was removed. The mucocele had eroded the base of the skull to an extent that pulsations of the right carotid artery were see n. Histomorphological results confirmed the clinical diagnosis of a benign mucocele. After the surgical removal of the mucocele, the

Arachnoid Cyst in the Sphenoid Sinus Presented with Headache

are rarely seen. Arachnoid cyst in the sphenoid sinus is also rarity. There were 4 reported cases in the english literature. Mewes et al. reported a 34-year-old female with a history of chronic headaches and a suspected mucocele of the sphenoid sinus in CT and MRI studies. An extended arachnoid cyst was found in the enlarged sphenoid sinus,