PATHOLOGIC QUIZ CASE 1
George L. Kullman, MD, and Lawrence W. DeSanto, MD, Rochester, MinnA 73-year-old physician was seen because of a small tumor which had been present for ten months in the right nasal vestibule. The lesion was not painful and there was no excoriation or bleeding. In 1966 an upper lobectomy had been performed for carcinoma of the left lung. Results of the ear, nose, and throat examination were unremarkable except for the 7-mm, spherical, movable, nontender, rubbery nodule in the superior angle of the right nasal vestibule (Fig 1 and 2).
PATHOLOGIC QUIZ CASE 2
J. M. Hebert, DDS; R. Reid, DDS; and Robert E. Fechner, MD, HoustonThe mother of a 4-year-old boy noticed swelling of his left jaw one month before admission and thought it had increased slightly in size during that time. The child did not complain of pain. Six months before admission,
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