2018
DOI: 10.1097/scs.0000000000004693 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Sphenoid sinus mucocele after endonasal transsphenoidal pituitary surgery is an extremely rare complication. Nasal endoscopy and MRI are useful for diagnosing this lesion. Endoscopic marsupialization is a safe and effective procedure for sphenoid sinus mucocele after endonasal transsphenoidal pituitary surgery.

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“…19e21 Delayed sphenoid mucocele may present with retroorbital pain, visual deterioration, and diplopia and has been described in about 1% of patients. 22 Reported rates of CSF leak and meningitis are around 1% in high-volume centers. 19,20 With respect to beneficial outcomes from endoscopic pituitary surgery, gross total resection for a non-functioning macroadenoma can be expected in up to 83% of patients when utilizing intraoperative MRI and 71.7% without it.…”
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“…19e21 Delayed sphenoid mucocele may present with retroorbital pain, visual deterioration, and diplopia and has been described in about 1% of patients. 22 Reported rates of CSF leak and meningitis are around 1% in high-volume centers. 19,20 With respect to beneficial outcomes from endoscopic pituitary surgery, gross total resection for a non-functioning macroadenoma can be expected in up to 83% of patients when utilizing intraoperative MRI and 71.7% without it.…”
Section: Consentmentioning