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antral polyp

An MRI report is "large right antral polyp. what is an antral polyp? does it has malignant possibility? what is the clinical manifestation and complications?
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Hi there. Antrochoanal polypls are solitary polyps or lesions arising from the maxillary antrum due to allergies. These originate in the lining of maxillary antrum and gradually prolapse  through the natural  ostium into the nasal cavity. These can cause nasal obstruction, otitis media usually serous if the Eustachian tube is blocked. Treatment Is surgical removal. Usually these are recurrent and would require Caldwell luc operation .take care.



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