Papilom benign. Tumori cutanate benigne
Source: Romanian Medical Journal. Inverted papilloma is a rare epithelial benign neoplasm which presents a number of significant therapeutic problems due to a high rate of postoperative recurrence and a significant percentage of malignancy.
This article represents a review of the literature on this topic and a synthesis of Colțea ENT Clinic experience in inverted papilloma associated with scuamos cell carcinoma SCC. Study design. Retrospective, between and 7 years.
Out of 36 patients with schneiderian papilloma treated in our clinic, 8 were identified with inverted papilloma associated with SCC. English Copyright of Romanian Medical Journal is the property of Amaltea Medical Publishing House and its papilom benign may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission.
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