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o Issue N# 5 - 2010 o

RHINOLOGY

Sphenoid arachnoidocele: Report of one case


Authors : Thiebaut S, Romanet Ph, Duvillard Ch, Farah W, Folia M. (Dijon)

Ref. : Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 2010;131,4:317-320.

Article published in french
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Summary : Objectives: To define a diagnostic strategy of a sphenoid sinus lesion and the management of CSF fluid leak in the case of a sphenoid arachnoidocele. Materials and methods: A 70-year-old woman exhibited a sphenoidal sinus opacity which was discovered on the assessment of chronic headaches. It was label­led sphenoid mucocele. A cerebrospinal fluid leak occur­red when the marsupialization was made. After an assessment of additional imaging (MRI, CTscan), the diagnosis of sphenoid arachnoidocele was retained. Results: The leak was repaired by navigated endoscopic endonasal surgery. We used a multi­layer reconstructive technique with autologous materials (abdominal fat, fascia of muscle, middle turbinate) and fibrin glue. With a decline of eighteen months no rhinorrhea was noted. Conclusion: Sphenoid arachnoidocele is a rare disease. This case shows that itís essential to know the differential diagnosis sphenoid sinus lesions and how to repair an osteo-meningeal leak.


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