Maxillary Antral

Maxillary Antral
Maxillary Antral

Maxillary antral carcinomas are an uncommon skull and neck malignancy. They usually present late despite growing big since it remains confined within the maxillary sinus and produces no indications.
When indications occur, they include, unilateral stiffness and obstruction, blood tinged nasal release, proptosis, diplopia, pain resembling toothache and extension and ulceration of the taste.
The exact cause of maxillary antral carcinomas but exposure to lumber dust along with EBV and HPV pollution have been implicated in its pathogenesis 2.