We begin by presenting the normal anatomic structures and anatomic variants on CT imaging. Particular CT scan aspects of each paranasal sinus are presented.
The author is focused on anatomical, clinical respiratory epithelium papilloma imagistic correlations of the rhinosinusal pathology malformations, inflammatory, benign or malignant tumorswhich are very important for the preoperative respiratory epithelium papilloma diagnosis and surgical therapeutic indication.
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