Dermoid Cysts and fistulas of the nose represent an uncommon embryological error. The frequency of misdiagnosis and recurrences of this lesion indicates the lack of awareness of its occult ramifications which lead to a compromised incomplete excision and are classified as “misadventures”, We would like to present our experience with nasal dermoids — their clinical presentation and management.
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Dabholkar, J.P., Souza, S.D., Irani, D.K. et al. Nasal dermoids — our experience. Indian J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 52, 9–12 (1999). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02996423
- Paranasal Sinus
- Soft Tissue Mass
- Frontal Sinus
- Dermoid Cyst
- Nasal Bone