maxillary sinus


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one of a pair of sinuses forming a cavity in the maxilla

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In the physical examination, a non-tender, rigid swelling localized on the right maxillary sinus was identified.
(1-3) Killian first described the polyp as a solitary mass with both cystic and solid components in the maxillary sinus extending into the nasopharynx.
In sinus lift procedure, the approach to increase bone availability for placing implants uses a "window" in the lateral bony wall of the maxillary sinus to gain access to the underlying Schneiderian membrane.
Each patient was explained the procedure and protocol of the ultrasound of the maxillary sinus and was delivered all relevant instructions as regards the preparation for the examination.
It was observed that the choanal polyp was originating directly in the maxillary sinus ostium mucosa (Figure 1e).
Baelum, "Implant therapy involving maxillary sinus lift in periodontally compromised patients," Clinical Oral Implants Research, vol.
Their results showed enhanced differentiation outcomes and greater new bone formation during maxillary sinus floor elevation under examination conditions.
Inuyama, "A rare case of carcinosarcoma of the maxillary sinus with osteosarcomatous differentiation," Auris, Nasus, Larynx vol.
Gurdeep, "An arrow in the maxillary sinus," Medical Journal of Malaysia, vol.
The aim of the present paper is to report a rare case of BC within maxillary sinus associated with an impacted third molar and its treatment.
Patients having any pathology in maxillary sinus or requiring prophylactic extraction before radiotherapy were excluded from the study.
Cholesterol granuloma (CG) is considered rare in maxillary sinus and approximately 50 cases were reported in English literature, with 12 of them being described from 2005 to 2016 [1-10].
The rehabilitation of the edentulous posterior maxilla with dental implants often represents a clinical challenge due to the insufficient bone volume resulting from pneumatization of the maxillary sinus and crestal bone resorption.