The following result is obtained by our Internet Research Algorithm:
Inverted Papilloma of the nose is also known as Ringertz tumour, in this tumour surface epithelial grow downward into the underlying supportive tissue. It mostly occurs in the nose, sinuses and urinary tract.
In papilloma, fingerlike projections grow outward of a nose, but in case of inverted papilloma, projections grow inward into the underlying bone.
Mostly occurs in the lateral wall of the nose in the middle meatus.
1. Nasal Obstruction
2. Nasal Discharge
4. Headache due to sinuses involvement
5. Proptosis, lacrimation and diplopia due to orbital involvement.