PATHOLOGIC QUIZ CASE 1
Thomas J. Clegg, MD, William D. Clark, DDS, MD, Galveston, Tex
A 3-year-old girl was noted on routine physical examination to have a mass extending into the oropharynx from above (Fig 1). The parents gave no history of nasal obstruction or sinus infection. On physical examination, a 1-cm nonpulsatile, pink mass was seen extending below the soft palate. Roentgenograms of the paranasal sinuses were normal. A roentgenogram of the lateral nasopharynx demonstrated a soft-tissue density behind the uvula in the nasopharynx. A computed tomographic scan of the nasopharynx revealed a mass without intracranial extension or disturbance of the fascial planes. Direct nasopharyngoscopy was performed and the mass was excised. Representative histologic sections are shown (Figs 2 and 3).What is your diagnosis?
PATHOLOGIC QUIZ CASE 2
Thomas J. Clegg, MD, William D. Clark, DDS, MD
A 14-year-old girl was initially seen by her school nurse because
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