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Abstract:

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A 45-year-old male presented with recurrent pain and pressure along the right frontoethmoid region 15 years after right-sided endoscopic sinus surgery for an obstructing right frontal osteoma.

 

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  1. Edward El Rassi

    The patient did not complain of unilateral nasal obstruction or purulent rhinorrhea. His cranial nerve examination was normal. A CT was obtained. Please feel free to click ‘Launch Course Now’ to participate in an interactive case presentation.

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  2. DIALLO

    Aspects of Cranial nerves ( I-XII) ?
    CT Scan and/or IMR.

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  3. Dr Shakil Aqil

    Does the patient also complain of Right block nose and coloured catarrh?
    What are the endoscopic findings?
    Suggest CT scan sinus

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