Tumors of the nose and sinuses

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Abstract

Sinonasal neoplasia offers one of the greatest challenges to the head and neck surgeon. It combines considerable potential histologic diversity with late presentation and capricious behavior, compromising management. The epidemiology and etiologic aspects continue to excite interest, although few clinicians accrue large numbers of any histologic type. Patients may legitimately be offered palliation when cure is impossible, and long-term follow-up is mandatory in all cases.

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