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Sinonasal lymphoma: A case report

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May 1, 2006
by M. Panduranga Kamath, MS; Gurudath Kamath, MS; Kiran Bhojwani, MS; Mukhta Pai, MD; Ahamed Shameem, MBBS; Salil Agarwal, MBBS
Sinonasal lymphomas are uncommon malignancies. They are difficult to differentiate from carcinomas, and immunohistochemistry is needed to make the diagnosis. We describe an unusual case of a T cell lymphoma that involved only the paranasal sinuses in a middle-aged man. The patient presented with a complete loss of vision in one eye and lateral rectus muscle palsy, but no nasal symptoms.

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