Bilateral Antro-Choanal Polyps in an Elderly Female
Keywords:antro-choanal polyp, bilateral, elderly, female
Objective: To report the first case of primary bilateral antro-choanal polyps in the elderly age group.
Design: Case Report
Setting: Tertiary Government Hospital
Result: A 60-year-old, non-allergic female with progressive bilateral nasal obstruction was subsequently diagnosed with bilateral antro-choanal polyps. Endoscopic sinus surgery was performed and the patient remained asymptomatic on one year follow-up.
Conclusion: Antro-choanal polyps can occur bilaterally in the elderly age group.
To the best of our knowledge, this is the first reported case of primary bilateral antro-choanal polyps in an elderly female.
Keywords: antro-choanal polyp; bilateral; elderly; female
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