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Accessory sinus cancer

Accessory sinus cancer: Related Topics

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Accessory sinus cancer as a Disease

Accessory sinus cancer: Type of or association with medical condition Sinus cancer.
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Accessory sinus cancer: Related Diseases

Accessory sinus cancer: Accessory sinus cancer is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Accessory sinus cancer as a subtype of Sinus cancer

Sinus cancer (medical condition): Cancer that originates from the mucosal tissue lining the sinus cavities or rarely from the bone itself.

Sinus cancer (medical condition): A rare cancer that occurs in the sinus cavity - either arising from the bones surrounding the sinus cavity or the membrane lining. The sinuses are cavities situated behind the face which produce mucus to moisten the lining of the nose and the air that is breathed.

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