Nasal Glioma: Prenatal Diagnosis and Multidisciplinary Surgical Approach
Lin, Harrison W.
Silvera, V. Michelle
Teot, Lisa A.
Madsen, Joseph R.
Meara, John G.
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CitationAjose-Popoola, Olubunmi, Harrison W. Lin, V. Michelle Silvera, Lisa A. Teot, Joseph R. Madsen, John G. Meara, and Reza Rahbar. 2011. “Nasal Glioma: Prenatal Diagnosis and Multidisciplinary Surgical Approach.” Skull Base Reports 1 (2): 83-88. doi:10.1055/s-0031-1284210. http://dx.doi.org/10.1055/s-0031-1284210.
AbstractNasal gliomas are congenital, nonmalignant rests of neuroglial tissue that typically present as a craniofacial mass. The differential diagnosis of such masses includes lesions that often require the involvement of various surgical subspecialties, including otolaryngology, neurosurgery, plastic surgery, and ophthalmology. Early surgical excision of these masses is advised to minimize nasal and craniofacial distortion. Accordingly, early diagnosis and management planning are paramount, and advances in prenatal imaging are creating a new role for obstetricians and radiologists in the initiation of diagnostic and therapeutic interventions. We describe the case history of a young patient found to have a craniofacial mass on routine prenatal ultrasound and subsequently managed with a multidisciplinary team approach.
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