HRCT IN PARA-NASAL SINUSES STUDIES

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TAMBOLI ASIF
LUHANA MANISHA
SHAHA PRAMOD
BHOITE AMOL
GAUTAM AMOL

Abstract

Para-nasal sinuses cover many situations which may range from inflammatory to neoplasms. The sinuses that we are mentioning here are in closely anatomically connected with the orbit and the cranial fossa too. Therefore, early participation of these sectors is an important feature. Since the clinical evaluation is deprivation of the surrounding bone structures, clinical radiology is of vital importance.

Objective: To evaluate role of Computed Tomography in correlation with clinical finding in assessing the severity of nasal and para-nasal diseases.

Materials and Methods: The study was conducted in the department of Radio Diagnosis, Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences and Hospital. All the patients referred to the department of Radio diagnosis with suspected or diagnosed with pathologies of para-nasal sinus was first evaluated with plain film followed by Computed Tomography evaluation.

Results: Maximum number of patients had sinonasal polyposis pattern 31 (70.45%) followed by infundibular6 (13.63%), osteomeatal unit 3 (6.81%),sporadic 3 (6.81%)and least was spheno ethmoid recess pattern1 (2.27%) of patients.

Conclusion: the correlation of anatomical computed tomographic CT abnormalities such as concha bullosa and Deviated nasal septum DNS in the causation of Para- Nasal Sinus PNS disease cannot be emphasized without the control group.

Keywords:
Nasal cavity, para-nasal disease, pathology, para-nasal sinuses, computed tomography

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ASIF, T., MANISHA, L., PRAMOD, S., AMOL, B., & AMOL, G. (2021). HRCT IN PARA-NASAL SINUSES STUDIES. UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 42(24), 50-56. Retrieved from http://mbimph.com/index.php/UPJOZ/article/view/2654
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