Paranasal Sinus Tumors



. Facial Pain and Swelling: Persistent pain and tenderness in the cheek area.

. Nasal Bleeding: Blood in nasal discharge.

. Nasal Obstruction: Blockage of nasal passages.

. History of Chronic Sinusitis: Ongoing sinus infections.

. Orbital Involvement: Symptoms like excessive tearing (epiphora) and double vision (diplopia).



i. Imaging Studies: CT or MRI to assess the extent of the tumor.

ii. Biopsy: To confirm the diagnosis.

iii. Surgery: Primary treatment for resectable tumors.

iv. Radiation Therapy: Often used post-operatively or for unresectable tumors.

v. Chemotherapy: In advanced cases or as part of multimodal treatment.

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