We present a case of a nasal haemangiopericytoma in a 12 year old girl, and a literature review. The child presented with nasal obstruction without epistaxis, the . Objective: To describe one case of myopericytoma in nasal cavity. Sennes LU, Sanchez TG, Butugau O, Miniti A. Hemangiopericitoma nasal: relato de um. In this work we describe the Hemangiopericytoma (HP), the clinic characteristics in the sinonasal region, diagnosis and the selected treatment plan. Next, we.

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Mitotic activity is sparse; giving a picture of low-grade HPC. Hemangiopericytoma-like tumors of the nasal cavity: It typically presents as soft to firm, tan, gray, or white, polypoidal mass which is often confused with ordinary nasal polyp. As in present case, redness was not seen and the swelling was apparently soft rather than firm. Hrmangiopericitoma to atypical clinical picture which was not correlating with the histopathological diagnosis, tissue was sent for immunohistochemistry, which altered the final diagnosis to hemangiopericytoma.

Our finding was in accordance with the previous literature.

Myopericytoma in Nasal Cavity

This type of controversy can only be solved by advanced diagnostic methods like immunohistochemistry and use of Vimentin, CD34, Smooth muscle actin and CD Accessed December 31st, Case report and review of the literature. Regarding etiology, a past history of trauma, prolonged steroid use and hypertension are said to have some correlation, but such correlations have not been formally demonstrated. An analysis of cases. In the reported case, the patient presented as initial symptom just painless unilateral nasal obstruction, what lingered for more than one year.


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These are cells with smooth muscle characteristics that are highly arborized and arranged alongside capillary vessels. CASE REPORT Hemangiiopericitoma year-old male patient, previously healthy, came into our service with an intranasal hemangoipericitoma of polypoid aspect coming out through his right nostril, provoking swelling of the nasal pyramid on the right and of the septum on the left. The clinical picture depends on the location and size and may cause nasal obstruction and epistaxis when in the nasal cavities 2.

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The lesion had progressed for more than a year, initially presenting just painless unilateral nasal obstruction, which worsened, until it reached, in the latest month, bilateral nasal obstruction, anosmia, rhinorrhea, and hemangiopeticitoma the last week, recurrent bleeding episodes, with the tumor going some millimeters out of the nasal cavity.

HPC shows cytogenic abnormalities.

Pathology Outlines – Hemangiopericytoma of soft tissue

Epistaxis was episodic, relieved spontaneously and never required hospitalization. Gillman G, Pavlovich JB. The treatment of choice is surgical resection. Firm consistency was seen. We describe the case of a year-old patient who presented with a large intranasal mass causing a lump and coming out through the right nostril, provoking recurrent epistaxis with history of a one year growth.

Hemangioperictoma nine casesupper jaw bone five caseslips four casesbuccal region three casesgingiva three casesparotid gland one case and multifocal lesions one case. World Health Organization Classification of Tumors: Anand R, Gupta S. Other markers such as CK, desmin and S were negative.


Hemangiopericitoma de cavidad nasal

About ten days after the material collection, the biopsy result confirmed myopericytoma. Tumours and Tumour- like lesions of the soft tissues, Surgical pathology of Ear, hhemangiopericitoma and throat, 2nd Ed. Mesenchymal chondrosarcoma, fibrous histocytoma and synovial sarcoma should be considered as differential diagnosis.

The inferior turbinate was not visible on left side due to mass. We report a case of rare nasal mass whose histopathological diagnosis was lobular capillary hemangioma but immunohistochemistry reported it to be hemangiopericytoma.

Mutations in the CTNNB1 gene that encodes beta catenin protein have been described in glomangiopericytomas.

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The mass was excised in Toto Fig. Hemangiopericytoma [title] soft tissue. In an analysis by Brockbank, from toonly 35 cases were reported in the oral cavity. The patient evolved well without any postoperative bleeding and so far presented an excellent evolution without symptoms.

No sign of recurrence or metastasis have been noted so far. Staghorn vessels are prominent. Upon the anterior rhinoscopic exam, we observed a friable angiomatous and easily bleeding, non-pulsatile mass that occupied all the right nasal cavity.