Author | Paul E. Lomeo, MD



September 14, 2005

This 3-year-old child was brought to our ear, nose, and throat clinic for evaluation of the nasal mass that had developed over the previous few months, reports Dr Paul E. Lomeo of Muskegon, Mich. The youngster was known to have congenital problems, including cardiac, renal, and craniofacial anomalies. There was no identified syndrome associated with his health.

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September 14, 2005

An 87-year-old woman was referred for a newly discovered neck mass. She denied any history of neck mass, dysphagia, odynophagia, stridor, shortness of breath, or globus sensation. She had experienced no change in voice.