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Inverted papilloma arising primarily from the lacrimal sac

Tia Raemdonck UGent, Caroline Van den Broecke UGent, Ilse Claerhout UGent and CHRISTIAN DECOCK UGent (2009) Orbit. 28(2-3). p.181-184
abstract
A 24-year-old female was referred with epiphora and a non-tender swelling within the right lacrimal fossa, present for 6 months. There were no previous episodes of dacryocystitis. Computed tomography showed a homogenous mass within the lacrimal fossa without contrast enhancement. Pathology following resection of the whole lacimal sac revealed the presence of an inverted papilloma (IP) with a sharp transition between the papilloma and the normal lacrimal duct epithelium. In situ hybridisation was positive for low risk HPV subtypes. An IP is a benign but infiltrative epithelial neoplasm with malignant potential characterised by a high recurrence rate. Majority of cases arise from the nasal wall and paranasal sinuses. In this case report, we demonstrate an IP confined to the lacrimal sac with clear-cut pathology proof, which implicates the lacrimal sac as a primary site of origin.
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publication status
published
subject
journal title
Orbit
volume
28
issue
2-3
pages
181 - 184
ISSN
0167-6830
DOI
10.1080/01676830802692914
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A2
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843032
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-843032
date created
2010-01-27 14:43:06
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2010-01-29 15:50:53
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  abstract     = {A 24-year-old female was referred with epiphora and a non-tender swelling within the right lacrimal fossa, present for 6 months. There were no previous episodes of dacryocystitis. Computed tomography showed a homogenous mass within the lacrimal fossa without contrast enhancement. Pathology following resection of the whole lacimal sac revealed the presence of an inverted papilloma (IP) with a sharp transition between the papilloma and the normal lacrimal duct epithelium. In situ hybridisation was positive for low risk HPV subtypes. An IP is a benign but infiltrative epithelial neoplasm with malignant potential characterised by a high recurrence rate. Majority of cases arise from the nasal wall and paranasal sinuses. In this case report, we demonstrate an IP confined to the lacrimal sac with clear-cut pathology proof, which implicates the lacrimal sac as a primary site of origin.},
  author       = {Raemdonck, Tia and Van den Broecke, Caroline and Claerhout, Ilse and DECOCK, CHRISTIAN},
  issn         = {0167-6830},
  journal      = {Orbit},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2-3},
  pages        = {181--184},
  title        = {Inverted papilloma arising primarily from the lacrimal sac},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01676830802692914},
  volume       = {28},
  year         = {2009},
}

Chicago
RAEMDONCK, TIA, Caroline Van den Broecke, Ilse Claerhout, and CHRISTIAN DECOCK. 2009. “Inverted Papilloma Arising Primarily from the Lacrimal Sac.” Orbit 28 (2-3): 181–184.
APA
RAEMDONCK, T., Van den Broecke, C., Claerhout, I., & DECOCK, C. (2009). Inverted papilloma arising primarily from the lacrimal sac. Orbit, 28(2-3), 181–184.
Vancouver
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RAEMDONCK T, Van den Broecke C, Claerhout I, DECOCK C. Inverted papilloma arising primarily from the lacrimal sac. Orbit. 2009;28(2-3):181–4.
MLA
RAEMDONCK, TIA, Caroline Van den Broecke, Ilse Claerhout, et al. “Inverted Papilloma Arising Primarily from the Lacrimal Sac.” Orbit 28.2-3 (2009): 181–184. Print.