Unusual presentation of gout: management dilemma of nasal tophacecous
Keywords:Nasal mass, Gouty tophi
Tophacecous gout presenting elsewhere other than its common sites may mimics malignancy or infection. It presentation at the head and neck region especially nasal area is even unusual. The nature of slowly growing and painless nasal mass mislead to malignancy and unnecessary intervention. As discuss in the report, we compare the outcome of surgically and conservatively treated nasal gouty tophi.
Bangladesh Journal of Medical Science Vol.16(2) 2017 p.329-331
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