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An Unusual Maxillary Sinus Foreign Body and Its Endoscopic Assisted Removal

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Foreign bodies in maxillary sinuses are uncommon. But the incidence is on a rise. Herewith we present a case of foreign bodies (glass pieces) in left maxillary sinus and bilateral nasolacrimal ducts, which is managed endoscopically.

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Nataraj, R. , Jagade, M. , Chavan, R. , Kar, R. , Pandare, M. , Parelkar, K. , Singhal, A. and Kulsange, K. (2015) An Unusual Maxillary Sinus Foreign Body and Its Endoscopic Assisted Removal. International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery, 4, 38-43. doi: 10.4236/ijohns.2015.41007.

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