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Case Report Open Access
Hemangiomas do not develop as commonly in the sinonasal cavity, compared with other head and neck sites. The most common presenting symptom was epistaxis. Hemangiomas involving multiple sinuses with a atypical clinical presentation is extremely rare. We present a representative case of sphenoethmoidal hemangioma with atypical clinical presentation and treated by endoscopic excision yielding excellent outcome in terms of tumor control and safety.
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Author(s): Sundar krishnanRaghukumaran
Sphenoethmoidal hemangioma , Hemangiomas