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Inverted Papilloma and Fungus Ball. Case Report

Alejandro Martín Vargas Aguayo, Armando Cruz Hernández.

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The treatment of inverted papilloma is surgical and has been revolutionized by the identification of the origin site (osteitis, hyperostosis) of the tumour in computed tomography of the paranasal sinuses and with endoscopic surgical techniques. A clinical case will be presented in which inverted papilloma appears along with a fungus ball, making it more difficult to identify osteitis due to the high-density images that fungus balls produce.

Key words: papilloma, fungus ball, osteitis, hyperostosis

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