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Intranasal masses resembling malignant tumors

@inproceedings{Palade2014IntranasalMR,
  title={Intranasal masses resembling malignant tumors},
  author={D. Palade and M. D. Cobzeanu and M. Circiu and Irina Deaconiuc and ANDREI-EDUARD Luca and B. Cobzeanu},
  year={2014}
}
Tumors of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses can have benign or malignant nature. Nasosinusal malignant tumors have a low incidence, representing less than 1% of all human malignant pathologies and almost 3% of head and neck cancers1. This group of tumors represents a minority of diseases characterized by unilateral progressive nasal obstruction and recurrent epistaxis. Considering the progressive growth of the tumors, the deformity of the nasal bones and face can be present. In rare cases… Expand

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