New Perspectives on Diagnosis and Treatment of Progressive Ethmoid Hematomas LloydP. Tate, Jr., VMD, Diplomate ACVS; and AnthonyT. Blikslager, DVM, PhD The treatment approach for progressive ethmoid hematoma should be based on the primary site of the lesion.
and ethmoid mean “sievelike,” and both bulla and agger signify a “projecting anatomic structure,” but convention has limited usage of each term to specific
Ethmoid Mucocele in an Infant witha Benign Fibroosseous Lesion NicholasJ. Ferris and Robert D. Tien Summary: We presentacaseof ethmoidmucocele occurring in a two-month-old child, and associated (presumably causally) with a benign fibroosseous lesion of the ethmoid bone.
Reprinted from ANNALS OF OTOLOGY, RHINOLOGY AND LARYNGOLOGY, December, 1929. Vol. XXXVIII, No.4, Page 913. RADICAL TREATMENT OF THE ETHMOID: INTRANASAL.*
Case report Combined sphenoid and frontal sinus aplasia accompanied by bilateral maxillary and ethmoid sinus hypoplasia 1 AHAKTANIR, MD , 1 MACAR, MD , 1 AYUCEL, MD , 2 A AYCICEK, MD , 1 BDEGIRMENCI, MD and 1 RALBAYRAK, MD Departmentsof 1 Radiology and 2 Otorhinolaryngology, Afyon Kocatepe ...
KEY WORDS: ethmoid hematoma, vascular endothelial growth factor ABSTRACT Tissue samples from four progressive ethmoid hematomas were positive for expression of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), also known as vascular permeability factor.
Ethmoid infundibulum The development of the infundibulum precedes that of the sinuses. This recess, into which the anterior ethmoid sinuses, maxillary sinus and frontal sinus drain, is formed by multiple structures.
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Case report Aneurysmal bone cyst of the ethmoid bone 1 K A HRISHIKESH, DNB, 2 R S NARLAWAR, DMRD, 1 S B DEASI, MD, 1 K ANIRUDDHA, MD and 1 S MAHESHWARI, MD
anterior ethmoid cells (Agger nasi, ethmoid bulla) drains it’s contents into the infundibulum in the middle meatus, while the posteior ethmoid cells drain trough the superior meatus, near the sphenoid sinus.