Revista de Neumología e Investigación Clínica


Synchronous double primary cancer of the frontal sinus and the nasopharynx: A case report and review of the literature

Mohamed Farouk Helal

We present a case report of a 55 years old male patient who has been diagnosed as having Inverted papilloma of the frontal sinus which was incompletely removed elsewhere in 2014. The patient main complaint was nasal obstruction which improved after removing that part of the IP presenting in the nose. The patient's symptom of nasal obstruction recurred few months after his first surgery but he ignored it till few months ago when he started to have frontal headache and right sided proptosis moreover he complains of bilateral blocked ears which were diagnosed as bilateral otitis media with effusion.