- a benign epithelial tumor forming a rounded mass (同)villoma, papillary_tumor, papillary tumour
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- 1. 頭頸部腫瘍の病理 pathology of head and neck neoplasms
- Inverting papilloma of the temporal bone: Report of four new cases and systematic review of the literature.
- Carlson ML1, Sweeney AD2, Modest MC1, Van Gompel JJ3, Haynes DS2, Neff BA1.
- The Laryngoscope.Laryngoscope.2015 May 9. doi: 10.1002/lary.25359. [Epub ahead of print]
- OBJECTIVES/HYPOTHESIS: Inverting papillomas (IPs) are benign locally invasive tumors that most commonly present within the sinonasal cavity. Temporal bone involvement is exceedingly rare, with fewer than 30 cases reported within the English literature to date.STUDY DESIGN: Case series and systematic
- PMID 25959041
- Low-grade Papillary Schneiderian Carcinoma, a Unique and Deceptively Bland Malignant Neoplasm: Report of a Case.
- Lewis JS Jr1, Chernock RD, Haynes W, El-Mofty SK.
- The American journal of surgical pathology.Am J Surg Pathol.2015 May;39(5):714-21. doi: 10.1097/PAS.0000000000000390.
- The sinonasal tract harbors several different types of papillomas, some of which can progress to carcinoma. The most frequent among these are inverted and oncocytic Schneiderian papillomas. The rates of progression are somewhat controversial but are approximately 5% to 10% and are almost invariably
- PMID 25634744
- Schneiderian papilloma of the sinonasal tract.
- Thompson LD1.
- Ear, nose, & throat journal.Ear Nose Throat J.2015 Apr-May;94(4-5):146-8.
- PMID 25923270
- 症例報告 頭蓋内合併症を来した中耳・鼻副鼻腔乳頭腫の1例
- Schneiderian papillomas and nonsalivary glandular neoplasms of the head and neck are uncommon and, by light microscopy, often exhibit overlapping papillary and/or glandular features. As a result, they may be confused or even mistaken ...
- Schneiderian papilloma