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Das Papilloma inversum von Nase und Nebenhöhlen

  • U. Schuss
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Zusammenfassung

Das in der seitlichen Nasenhaupthöhle und den angrenzenden Nasennebenhöhlen auftretende invertierte Papillom kommt häufig vor und ist dennoch eine Geschwulst, die der frei praktizierende HNO-Arzt nicht oft zu Gesicht bekommt. Daneben gilt es, differentialdiagnostisch an eine Reihe anderer, ebenfalls nur selten auftretender Tumoren zu denken. Eine Übersicht erstellten Berghaus u. Bloching [6] in dieser Buchreihe (Bd. 16).

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