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Radiologic findings after successful chemoradiation for nasopharyngeal cancer with skull base erosion

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January 1, 2010
by Federico Ampil, MD, Guillermo Sangster, MD, Glenn Mills, MD, Cherie Ann Nathan, MD, Timothy Lian, MD, and Andrew Hall, BS


Nonoperative management is generally accepted as a treatment strategy for nasopharyngeal cancer characterized by destruction of the skull base. Chemoradiotherapy is considered the standard of care in these cases. We report a case in which imaging studies documented the successful treatment of the patient's locally extensive nasopharyngeal carcinoma with this nonsurgical approach.

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