Journal ID : CJOHNS-09-04-2024-11434
[This article belongs to Volume - 55, Issue - 04]

Title : Cholesteatoma of nasal cavity- A case report

Abstract :

Nasal cholesteatoma a misnomer is otherwise called Rhinitis caseosa. It is an uncommon inflammation of the nasal cavity that is rarely identified. Common sites are frontal sinus rare are ethmoid and maxillary sinus. Diagnosis of nasal cholesteatoma includes nasal polyposis with white cheesy offensive material/mass occupying the nasal cavity with bony erosion and opacification of the walls of para nasal sinus which is identified radiologically. They have good prognosis. A 71 years old female patient who presented to OPD with left-sided nasal obstruction, and rhinorrhea for one year. The patient was clinically evaluated and underwent Microdebrider assisted polypectomy with Functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS).

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