Sino-orbital Plasmacytoma: A Rare Entity - CASE REPORT
Author Anand Subash, Ashok K Gupta, Abhijeet Singh, Sandeep Bansal
ISSN 0974-4630
JournalTitle Clinical Rhinology An International Journal
DOI 10.5005/jp-journals-10013-1332
Volume 10
Issue 3
Publishing Year 2017
Pages 163-165
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Tumors of plasma cell origin are termed as plasmacytomas. They can be primary or secondary. Primary tumors are invasive locally and do not metastatize. Involvement of the eye and orbit is very rare, and only few cases have been reported around the globe. We outline the case of a 48-year-old male, who presented with primary plasmacytoma of the maxilla and orbit, and how it was managed using the combined approach technique.

Keywords: Multiple myeloma, Plasmacytoma, Sino-orbital neoplasms.

How to cite this article: Subash A, Gupta AK, Singh A, Bansal S. Sino-orbital Plasmacytoma: A Rare Entity. Clin Rhinol An Int J 2017;10(3):163-165.

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Conflict of interest: None

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