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o Issue N# 5 - 2008 o

RHINOLOGY

Aneurysmal bone cyst of the ethmoid: Paralateronasal or endoscopic surgery? Case report


Authors : Cortese S, Jankowski R, Kacha S, Vignaud JM, Gallet P, Meghachi AS. (Nancy)

Ref. : Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 2008;129,5:325-327.

Article published in french
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Summary : Aim: to report a typical case operated on under endonasal endoscopic surgery. Case report: A 20 year old girl came to the clinic with a left eye exophtalmus. Nasal endoscopy revealed a tumour developped into the left nasal fossa. Imaging allowed to suspect an ethmoidal aneurysmal cyst. CT showed a large tumour involving the left ethmoid, extending into the frontal and maxillary sinuses, with a fluid level in the middle of the tumour. MRI eliminated intracranial extension, showed a cystic component in the middle of the tumour and the presence of hemosiderin signals on T2. Complete resection of the tumour was performed under endoscopic endonasal surgery thanks to a cleavage plane between tumour, periorbit and dura. Follow-up was simple with no recurrence at 2 years. Conclusion: Despite its rarity, this tumour needs to be known by ENT surgeons, and our surgical experience demonstrates that it can be resected endoscopically.

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