Yellowish-tinge of fluid content.
Bluish-tinge of fluid content.
A co-incidental finding of nasopharyngeal cyst (star) in a patient undergoing flexible transnasal laryngoscopy for laryngeal polyp. [TT - torus tubarius]
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Endoscopic view from right nasal cavity.
Endoscopic view from left nasal cavity.
Malignancy need to be ruled out.
M - mass, U - ulcerated area, dotted arrow - Eustachian tube opening.
Figure A Figure B
Figures show a large and obstructive nasopharyngeal polyp causing difficulty in breathing, hyponasal voice and snoring. Figure A - endoscopic view from right and figure B - endoscopic view from left posterior nasal cavity focusing on the implicated polyp (T). [IT - inferior turbinate, V - vomer]
The base where the pedicle of the polyp attached (arrow). View taken 48 hours after its excision. [V - vomer, R - roof of nasopharynx, TT - torus tubarius, IT - tail of right inferior turbinate.