ESR News Quiz Case – February (competition closed)

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Question: What is the most likely diagnosis?

A. Maxillary antroliths
B. Gardner syndrome

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41 Responses to : ESR News Quiz Case – February (competition closed)

  1. Anushri Parakh says:

    Gardner syndrome

  2. Angeliki Ailianou says:

    This patient presents hyperdense(calcified/ossified) lesions in both maxillary sinuses that are compatible with osteomas, that may be found in Gardner syndrome. There are also signs of previous operations(i.e. right ethmoidectomy.

  3. Adam says:

    Multiple osteomas – B – Gardner’s syndrome

  4. Antonia says:

    Gardner`s Syndrome (Answer B)

  5. Cindy says:

    B: Gardners syndrome

  6. Gudrun Manshausen says:

    Gardner syndrome with paranasal sinus osteomas

  7. Pavel Trifonov says:

    Maxillary antroliths

  8. Maria B says:

    B. Gardner syndrome

  9. Mihaela C says:

    B. Gardner syndrome

  10. Marian says:

    Gardner’s syndrome

  11. Sunita Gopalan says:

    Maxillary Antroliths

  12. Mariana says:

    A. Maxillary antroliths

  13. Elisa Kallioniemi says:

    B) Gardner’s syndrome

  14. celes says:

    Gardner’s syndrome

  15. Magda says:

    Gardner syndrome (B)

  16. Masoud Sajjadinasab says:

    A. Maxillary antroliths

  17. Gaga Ionut says:

    A. Maxillary antroliths

  18. Laadhari says:

    Gardner Syndrome

  19. Evgenia Pavlovskaia says:

    B. Gardner syndrome

  20. Karen Lind Gandrup says:

    B

  21. Hilal says:

    A. Maxillary antroliths

  22. PGA says:

    Answer A

  23. Maja Marinović Guić, MD says:

    Maxillary antroliths

  24. Nancy says:

    A. Maxillary antroliths

  25. Priscilla says:

    Maxillary antroliths

  26. Kamil Bekalarek says:

    A. Maxillary antroliths

  27. Adriana says:

    A) Maxillary anthroliths

  28. vainak n says:

    B. Gardner syndrome

  29. Renza says:

    A. Maxillary antroliths.
    Antroliths can appear solitary or multiple, faintly to extremely radio-opaque masses embedded within the mucoperiosteum. Sometimes with a ‘laminated’ appearance whit radiopaque and radiolucent layers, what can look like layers of an onion. The sinus wall is intact.

  30. Polys says:

    Gardner syndrome i guess

  31. gus says:

    B. Gardner syndrome

  32. Amr says:

    A. Maxillary antroliths

  33. HG says:

    A. Maxillary antroliths

  34. Jan Sykora says:

    A. Maxillary antroliths

  35. iram zaheer says:

    Maxillary antroliths

  36. Yeliz Pekcevik says:

    A. Maxillary antroliths