Nasal cavernous hemangioma

May 31, 2007
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Imaging Clinic
Although soft-tissue hemangiomas are relatively common in the head and neck, they appear infrequently in the sinonasal cavity.1 Sometimes intranasal hemangiomas produce bony changes or destruction of the nasal bones and septum; this makes them difficult to differentiate clinically and radiologically from the more common malignant epithelial tumors, such as squamous cell carcinoma, and other vascular lesions.

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