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Surgical treatment of angiofibromas of the nasopharynx - 34 cases

Volume: 27 - Issue: 3

Firstpage: 149 - Lastpage: 154

J. J. Piquet - D. Chevalier

Between 1966 and 1987 we have treated 34 angiofibromas. The patients were between
9 to 28 years of age (average 16,5 years). The tumour extension was determined
formerly by tomography and angiography, but these two methods have been replaced
by angioscanning, which give the best results. Nineteen patients were classified stage I.
fourteen stage II and one stage III. The surgical approach was transmaxillary in
most cases. After tumour resection, two local recurrences were seen and a second
operation was necessary to achieve a definitive cure in these patients.

J. J. Piquet - D. Chevalier - Surgical treatment of angiofibromas of the nasopharynx - 34 cases
Rhinology 27-3: 149-154, 1989