Journal of Rhinology 2014;21(1):67-70.
Published online May 31, 2014.
A Case of the Huge Ethmoid Osteoma Involving the Skull Base and Orbit
Gi Geun Kang, Woo Yong Bae, Soo Jin Kim
1Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Dong-A University College of Medicine, Busan, Korea. doncamel@dau.ac.kr
2Department of Pathology, Dong-A University College of Medicine, Busan, Korea.
두개저 및 안와 침범 거대 사골동 골종 1예
강기근, 배우용, 김수진
동아대학교 의과대학 이비인후 두경부외과학교실1 병리학교실 2
Abstract
Osteoma is a slow-growing benign tumor that consists of mature or cancellous bone. It most commonly occurs in the frontoethmoidal area of the paranasal sinus and is usually asymptomatic. Surgical excision is necessary for osteoma, which causes symptoms such as headache, nasal obstruction, facial asymmetry, and visual disturbance. Surgical approaches should also be considered depending on the size and location of the osteoma, in order to reduce intracranial and orbital complications. We recently treated a huge frontoethmoid osteoma involving the skull base and orbit, which was removed via endoscopic sinus surgery and a combined extracranial approach. Herein, we report this case with a review of the relevant literature.
Key Words: Huge Osteoma;Skull Base;Endoscopic Sinus Surgery;Bicoronal Approach




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