Sachender Pal Singh

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Lipoma of the internal auditory canal is a rare tumor that may be confused clinically with the much more common vestibular schwannoma. We present two cases of lipoma of the internal auditory canal. The clinical presentation is indistinguishable from that of vestibular schwannomas. The high signal intensity on T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging, both(More)
We report a case of sinonasal paraganglioma presenting with episodes of epistaxis. A 55 year old male presented with a nasal mass. It is an uncommon site of presentation and in an uncommon age group. A high grade of suspicion is required to diagnose sino nasal paraganglioma. However, CT Scan and histopathology helps in early diagnosis and treatment.(More)
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