Is pneumosinus dilatans an osteogenic disease that mimics the formation of a paranasal sinus?


Pneumosinus dilatans is a disease that produces an abnormal expansion of a paranasal sinus cavity, which contains only air and is lined by normal mucosa, and whose bony walls are displaced outwardly to cause facial embossing or intracranial, orbital or ethmoidal encroachment. Objective was to evaluate the hypothesis that pneumosinus dilatans is primarily an… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00276-013-1222-1


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