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Case Report Open Access
A midline posterior septal mass is a rare finding with a differential diagnosis including benign versus malignant tumors. We present a rare and interesting case of midline posterior septal mass found to be esthesioneuroblastoma on final pathology. We will discuss esthesioneuroblastoma in detail including diagnostic steps, characteristic radiologic findings, grading and staging systems, and treatment.
Esthesioneuroblastoma, Septum mass, Nasal obstruction, Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery