Tuberculosis of the Nasal Cavities: About Four Cases

Authors : Dounia Berrada Elazizi; Driss Idrissi; Youssef Rochdi; Abdelaziz Raji

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 12 - December

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Primary sinonasal tuberculosis is very rare. It is characterized by clinical polymorphism, often posing a problem of differential diagnosis with tumor pathology. It affects women more than man. The diagnosis is essentially histopathological. Its evolution is generally favorable to the consequences of antibacillary treatment. We report the case of four patients admitted to our department for unilateral non-specific nasal symptomatology. The diagnosis was primary nasal tuberculosis.

Keywords : Tuberculosis, nasal cavity, inferior turbinate, pseudotumor.


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