Posted on December 4, 2011 Updated on December 4, 2011
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Osteomas are benign outgrowths of bone found mainly on the bones of the skull. These tumors are slow growing and usually cause no symptoms. The two types of osteomas are compact and spongy. Compact osteomas are composed of mature lamellar bone, while spongy osteomas are composed of trabecular bone with marrow.
Treatment is only necessary for osteomas that are causing symptoms. The preferred surgical approach at UPMC for removing osteomas of the skull base is the Endoscopic Endonasal Approach (EEA). This innovative, minimally invasive technique uses the nose and nasal cavities as natural corridors to access hard-to-reach or previously inoperable tumors. EEA offers the benefits of no incisions to heal, no disfigurement to the patient, and a faster recovery time.
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