nasal tumor

nasal tumor

Juvenile angiofibroma, see there.
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The nasal tumor was also morphologically and immunologically distinct from hepatic metastases of the patients pancreatic adenocarcinoma.
17) Seeding of fungus directly from the nasal tumor in this case is unlikely as no fungal organisms were identified when Gomori-methenamine silver stain was applied to sections of the mass.
The patient received intensity-modulated radiation therapy technique to treat the nasal tumor and bilateral cervical nodes of 50.
Bloody discharge or pus from the nose indicates a nasal tumor or nasal polyps, which is an overgrown gland that produces mucus.
They usually affect adults (mean age, 52 years) with roughly equal sex predilection and clinically can present like any obstructive nasal tumor with epistaxis and rhinorrhea.
does not--and never was intended to--counter the reputed link between wood dust exposure and adenocarcinoma, an extremely rare type of nasal tumor.
Pathologic studies were performed on formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded nasal tumor specimens.
The sinus surgery simulator is so real that you actually feel a rotating surgical tool as it cuts through a nasal tumor.
to treat a patient with a nasal tumor with far less risk of causing blindness than would have been possible using other techniques.
The nasal tumor of case 1 was light tan and rubbery and measured 6 x 4 x 4 cm.
2) The evaluation of a patient with a nasal tumor should include a careful history and physical examination, particularly a complete nasal and nasopharyngeal endoscopy.
Olfactory neuroblastoma (esthesioneuroblastoma) is an uncommon malignant neuroectodermal nasal tumor that accounts for approximately 5% of all malignant neoplasms.