Frontal sinus osteoma

Case contributed by Frank Gaillard
Diagnosis almost certain

Osteoid lesion within the frontal sinus. 

Case Discussion

The frontal sinus is a classic location for osteomas. Osteomas are benign bony growths and usually asymptomatic. They are common in the head and neck.

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