NASAL GLIOMA: Two Cases with Recurrence

@inproceedings{Black1950NASALGT,
  title={NASAL GLIOMA: Two Cases with Recurrence},
  author={Boyd K. Black and David E. Smith},
  year={1950}
}
TUMORS in the region of the nose which are composed of glial tissue and occasionally contain neuronal elements have been reported by various authors. These lesions have usually been congenital and have occurred extranasally at the root of the nose, intranasally or, in a few instances, at both sites. That there is no clear concept of the nature of these tumors is indicated by the varied terminology under which essentially similar cases have been reported. The commonest name applied is nasal… CONTINUE READING

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