A Rare Case of Nasal-Orbital-Cranial Aneurysmal Bone Cyst
case of aneurysmal bone cyst involving ethmoidal sinuses, maxillary sinuses, frontal sinuses, sphenoidal sinuses, basisphenoid bone, and left orbit with intracranial extension in a 9 year old female. The diagnosis was confirmed using CT, MRI-brain, CT-angio brain imaging. The finding of nasal-orbital-cranial aneurysmal bone cyst was confirmed on Histopathology. Two staged surgical excision planned and done, i.e. trans-cranial and trans-nasal excision.
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