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Recurrent rare nasal tumour excised via external rhinoplasty approach

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W. H. U. P. Widanage

Base hospital, Wathupitiwala, LK
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Abstract

A 23-year-old girl presented to the outpatient clinic complaining of a painless slow growing lump on her nose for several months. She had a similar lump there which was operated one year ago. There was a well-defined, firm lump over the lateral nasal wall.Ultrasound scan confirm it’s a subcutaneous lump without deep extension. Excision was done via open rhinoplasty approachand the histology report came as a giant cell tumour of soft tissue.
How to Cite: Widanage, W.H.U.P., 2022. Recurrent rare nasal tumour excised via external rhinoplasty approach. Ceylon Journal of Otolaryngology, 11(1), pp.51–54. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/cjo.v11i1.5326
Published on 26 Feb 2022.
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