Epidermoid cyst of the frontal bone masquerading as frontal sinusitis.

Abstract

Epidermoid cysts occur whenever two epidermal surfaces fuse together during early intrauterine life and an ectodermal implant is retained deep to the surface. They are very slow growing and symptoms may not occur till middle age. The authors present a patient whose symptoms of frontal headache were mistaken for frontal sinusitis for over 10 years. The… (More)

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@article{Abedi1984EpidermoidCO, title={Epidermoid cyst of the frontal bone masquerading as frontal sinusitis.}, author={Elham Abedi and M A Frable}, journal={The Laryngoscope}, year={1984}, volume={94 4}, pages={545-6} }