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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Benign tumors of the internal auditory canal (IAC) may leave the confines of the IAC fundus and extend into inner ear structures, forming a dumbbell-shaped lesion. It is important to differentiate dumbbell lesions, which include facial and vestibulocochlear schwannomas, from simple intracanalicular schwannomas, as surgical techniques(More)
We report the rare entity of an inverted papilloma arising from the sphenoid sinus that we expected to be a pituitary tumour on the basis of history, examination and pre-operative investigations, especially MRI appearance. Inverted sinonasal papilloma should be considered in the differential diagnosis of pituitary macroadenoma invading the sphenoid sinus.
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