Histopathological profile of space occupying lesions (SOL) of Nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses(PNS) and nasopharynx
Keywords:nasal, paranasal sinuses lesion
Background:Nasal, paranasal sinuses (PNS) and nasopharyngeal lesions are a common finding in patients of all age groups, showing different type of pathology eg inflammatory, benign and malignant. A thorough clinical examination, imaging studies and histo--pathological examination is necessary for the proper management. The aim of our study is to find out the histopathological features of cases presenting as mass (Inflammatory or neoplastic ) in nasal cavity , nasopharynx and PNS. Material and method:The study was conducted in the department of pathology GMC, Kota during January 2018 to Dec 2019. Result:Total 87 cases were observed among which Non-neoplastic lesions are commoner than neoplastic lesions in the nasal cavity and PNS. Among neoplastic lesions, 13 (48.14%) cases were benign-commonest is Hemangioma and 14 (51.85%) cases were malignant-commonest shares both squamous cell carcinoma and Adenocarcinoma.
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