Nasal Polyps Holistic Treatment
Careful and close follow-up in the postoperative period will help ensure surgical success. Packing may be replaced to help avoid middle turbinate lateralization. Repeat courses of either an oral steroid or antibiotics can be key adjuncts to maintenance of a patent and a healthy nasal cavity. Attenuation of allergic responses with oral or inhaled allergy medication can also prevent recurrence of the hyperplastic response. In most patients with hyperplastic rhinosi-nusitis with nasal polyps, continued use of a nasal inhaled steroid is required for prevention of recurrent disease 31 .
The ciliated columnar epithelium lining most of the nasal and paranasal cavity is called the Schneiderian membrane. The commonest tumour arising from this epithelium is the inverted Schneiderian papilloma, seen most commonly on the lateral nasal wall in the paranasal sinuses. They present as nasal polyps growing through the lateral wall within the maxillary or ethmoid sinuses. The nests of epithelium grow down into the underlying stroma with dilated ductal structures lined by multiple layers of epithelium. The epithelium may be squamous, ciliated, columnar or transitional and is often thick, being sometimes over 20 layers or more (Figure 6 see colour plate section). Mitoses are usually confined to the lower epithelial levels but nuclear pleomorphism may be identified. They may co-exist with a squamous cell carcinoma and any papillomas should be thoroughly sampled for evidence of carcinoma. These tumours have a recurrence rate of up to 75 when treated by local excision. This is...
Hyperplastic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps represents a reactive, inflammatory disease that results in nasal obstruction, hyposmia, recurrent sinus infection, recalcitrant sinus infections, headache, and asthma exacerbations. Allergies as well as conditions like cystic fibrosis and Samter's triad can all play a role in the hyperreactive disorder. Medical therapy can provide relief in some patients, but a considerable number of patients require surgical intervention to establish a patent sinonasal cavity. Surgical intervention requires careful planning and attentive surgical technique. Preservation and identification of normal anatomic structures is essential. Success rates with a single surgery and adequate postoperative medical therapy can approach between 85 and 90 .
Physical examination in children is usually difficult and findings are rarely helpful. Nasal endoscopy can be performed in an older cooperative child. Findings such as a concha bullosa, nasal polyps, purulent discharge or enlarged adenoids can be helpful findings (Fig. 21.2) 21 .
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