Abnormal mucociliary function in a mucocoele of the maxillary antrum
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We have examined the mucociliary function present in a mucocoele of the maxillary antrum and have found certain abnormalities in the tissues studied. Our findings also indicate that the mucocoele's intrinsic pathology is too complex to be improved by any conservative treatment and justifies its surgical removal.
Key wordsMaxillary sinus mucocoele Mucociliary system Electron microscopy
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