Destructive Sinusopathy and Middle Ear Involvement in Behçet’s Syndrome
Dysphonic laryngitis caused by a documented lesion and correlated with a typical clinical picture was present in this case. Rhinitis with destructive sinusopathy caused by Behçet’s syndrome is most probably present in this patient; given a reliable histological marker a nasal sinus biopsy may come to support this conclusion. Though middle ear involvement with chronic bilateral middle ear otitis is undoubtedly proved in this patient, no histological confirmation can be presented.
KeywordsHearing Loss Periodontal Disease Pathergy Test Typical Clinical Picture Recurrent Oral Ulceration
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.