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Neslihan Yaprak,
Havva Serap Toru,
Irem Hicran Ozbudak
et al.
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“…Imaging evaluation required in monitoring the disease. Computed tomography is used to monitor bone destruction and mass propagation fields, while MRI is an ideal method for the evaluation of soft tissue involvement around the primary lesion [12]. In this case, a suspicious residual lesion was detected in the left maxillary sinus with evidence of bony resorption in the medial wall of maxillary sinus showed in repeated CECT.…”
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“…Imaging evaluation required in monitoring the disease. Computed tomography is used to monitor bone destruction and mass propagation fields, while MRI is an ideal method for the evaluation of soft tissue involvement around the primary lesion [12]. In this case, a suspicious residual lesion was detected in the left maxillary sinus with evidence of bony resorption in the medial wall of maxillary sinus showed in repeated CECT.…”
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“…The patient was reported to have no recurrence in 2 years upon completion treatment [4]. On the other hand, there was a reported case of recurrence post initial surgical excision and chemotherapy which required a second surgery for local control [12].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning