Monday, January 9, 2017

Sinonasal Mucosal Malign Melanoma



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Intranasal and paranasal sinus malignant melanomas are quite rare. Although this tumor is generally known to be a skin tumor among the population, It can appear in the intranasal mucosal surface leading to non-specific symptoms, and can also manifest itself as a dangerous disease. Mucosal malignant melanoma for the nose usually appears antagonistic in the advanced stage. The reason for this is that the indication of this tumoral disorder is confused with simple intranasal infections and nasal bleeds. Many of the patients think that the symptoms of the disease are due to a simple sinusitis or viral upper respiratory tract infection from a dangerous cancer. Since most of the patients start treatment in advanced stage, there is a 5-year survival rate of 5 - 30%. The disease is usually seen on both occasions at equal intervals and is more common in advanced age. Malignant melanomas are usually seen in the deep and 15-30% of all skin malignant melanomas are seen in the skin of the head and neck region.
Malignant melanomas originating from intranasal and paranasal sinus mucosa are much less common (0.3-2% of all malignant melanomas).



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Diagnosis is difficult because of the complex anatomic location of these lesions, and symptoms are often confused with more common benign diseases.
Approximately 60-70% of the malignancies of the nasal cavity including the sinuses occur in the maxillary sinus, 10-15% in the ethmoid air cells, and the rest in the sphenoid and frontal sinuses. The common malignant neoplasm of the paranasal sinuses is normally squamous cell carcinoma in 70-80% of all cases. On the contrary, the incidence of head and neck malignant melanoma and nasal cavities varies from 0.4% to 4%.


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Murat Enoz, MD, Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeon - ENT Doctor in Istanbul
 
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