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Case Report Open Access
Objective: Sinus mucoceles are true cysts that develop secondary to obstruction of sinus ostea and can be associated with significant morbidity.
Study Design: We present a case of obstructive-type sinus mucocele of the maxillary sinus, including clinical, radiographic, histologic findings, as well as treatment.
Results: An 18 year old female presented for evaluation and management of maxillary sinus swelling. A diagnosis of sinus mucocele was rendered after clinical, radiographic, surgical and histopathologic examinations. Recurrence developed within four months of the initial surgical intervention.
Conclusions: Sinus mucoceles may be associated with significant morbidity and are currently managed most often by endoscopic nasal surgery.
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Author(s): Amna Qureshi, Shokoufeh Shahrabi-Farahani, Charles R Bloomer, Seng E Chhiv, Yeshwant B Rawal and K Mark Anderson*