Authors : Dounia Berrada Elazizi; Driss Idrissi; Youssef Rochdi; Abdelaziz Raji
Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 12 - December
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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7568447
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
Keywords : Tuberculosis, nasal cavity, inferior turbinate, pseudotumor.