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PATHOLOGIC QUIZ CASE 1
LCDR F. I. Marlowe, MC, USN, and LCDR E. R. McDonough, MC, USN, PhiladelphiaFor about two months a 50-year-old man complained of intermittent left nasal obstruction and slight bloody drainage. There were no other notable symptoms. The only significant finding revealed a reddish polypoid mass just cephaled to the limen vestibuli, in the cleft between the upper lateral cartilage and septum. The lesion was biopsied on two separate occasions (Fig 1 to 4). Other findings in the ears, nose, and throat seemed to be normal.
PATHOLOGIC QUIZ CASE 2
Daniel D. Rabuzzi, MD, Syracuse, NYFor about eight months a 58-year-old man complained of hoarseness and dysphagia. The development of increasing dyspnea caused him to come for medical examination. The significant part of his examination revealed an extensive exophytic lesion of the epiglottis and a single 1 cm × 2 cm node in the right
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