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The Korean Journal of Pathology 1983;17(3): 386-389.
신생아 비인두에 생긴 Hairy Polyp 1예
A Case of So-called Hairy Polyp of the Nasopharynx in Neonate
So-called Hairy Polyp is a strictly developmental anomaly in early embryogenesis and unlike trigerminal neoplastic teratomas, the hairy polyp is derived from two germ cells, the ectoderm and mesoderm, which is composed of a conglomeration of disorganized and disorderly tissues the form a sessile to a pedunculated mass that is attached to the nasopharynx. Recently, authors have experienced a hairy polyp at the posterior portion of nasopharynx from a two days old male patient and hereby we report a case with a brief review of literature.
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