• A case of unilateral proptosis secondary to Burkitt's lymphoma occurred in the ethmoidal sinuses. Involvement of the skull and paranasal sinuses by Burkitt's lymphoma may masquerade initially as an infectious process delaying diagnosis and treatment. The tumor's rapid growth and dramatic response to therapy with the potential for long-term remission and cure emphasize the need for prompt diagnosis and treatment.
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