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International Journal of Anatomical Variations

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Bilateral middle concha bullosa mucopyocele connecting to headache disablement: a case study

Author(s): Kandemir YB*, Ergin I, Kandemir S and Sindel M

Concha Bullosa (CB) is the most common anatomic variations of sinonasal anatomy in which the middle nasal turbinate contains pneumatized cells. The most usual variation is concha bullosa in nasal cavity. Sometimes the cause of headache or nasal obstruction is CB. This study describes the case of Computed Tomography (CT) findings of bilateral middle and inferior concha bullosa in a 38-year-old female with nasal obstruction and headache. We obtained paranasal sinus CT examinations from the Department of Radiology, Ear Nose and Throat of Sifa Hospital in Antalya. The patient was operated victoriously with endoscopicsurgery of conchas by Ear Nose and Throat surgeon.


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