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Pleomorphic adenoma of nasal septum, an unusual site: a case report from Nepal.

Pleomorphic adenoma is the commonest benign salivary glands tumor. Major salivary glands are mainly involved, and there is very low reported incidence of such tumor in minor salivary glands of nasal cavity. We report a case of 69-year-old woman who complaint of chronic left nasal obstruction and recurrent scanty bleeding from left nostril for last 2 months. On anterior Rhinoscopy examination, there was a pinkish non-tender mass in left nasal cavity arising from cartilaginous part of nasal septum. Intranasal endoscopic excision was done under general anesthesia and histopathological examination of excised tissue revealed pleomorphic adenoma. Patient was discharged after 3 days. There was no recurrence at sixth month of follow-up.

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