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Synonyms for papilloma

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Clinical studies on inverted papilloma of the urinary tract: report of 48 cases and review of the literature.
Inverted papilloma of urinary bladder: is long-term cystoscopic surveillance needed?
5 cm in diameter, in the same area of the first resected lesion, was unusual since it was characterized by a mix of papillary cancer and another part resembling benign morphology, similar to inverted papilloma.
This is confirmed by the difficult differential diagnosis between these histological appearance and lesions, such as inverted papilloma, VBNs, cystitis cystica and nephrogenic metaplasia.
Inverted papilloma demonstrated broad areas staining for p63 and 34[beta]E12, with intermediate proliferative activity in these areas.
Although inverted papilloma (IP) has a unique appearance, it is often confused with REAH and therefore was included in this study.
Biopsy analysis confirmed inverted papilloma of the nose.
Inverted papillomas are relatively uncommon nasal tumors.
Our series included 9 patients with inverted papilloma of the nose and paranasal sinuses who were treated from January 1998 through December 2003 (72 mo).
Choanal and antrochoanal polyps are often unilateral, and inverted papilloma should always be included in the differential diagnosis.
Because of their rarity, they may be confused with more aggressive lesions, such as sinonasal adenocarcinoma or inverted papilloma, resulting in an unnecessarily aggressive surgical resection.
Depending on the patient's age and the location of the tumor, the differential diagnosis includes malignant schwannoma, malignant fibrous histiocytoma, fibrosarcoma, amelanotic melanoma, malignant lymphoma, squamous cell carcinoma, extramedullary plasmacytoma, metastatic tumor, glandular tumor, chondroma, chondrosarcoma, osteogenic sarcoma, and inverted papilloma.
The diagnosis of inverted papilloma was made following postoperative histopathologic analysis.
The provisional clinical diagnosis was either an inverted papilloma or rhinosporidiosis.
The diagnosis of inverted papilloma should also be considered in a patient whose polyp does not arise from the paranasal sinuses.