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Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology


Non-neoplastic sinonasal disease is common and imaging often plays an important role in establishing the proper diagnosis, guiding clinical management, and evaluating for complications. Both computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging are commonly employed in the imaging evaluation and it is important to understand the imaging characteristics of the unique types of pathology affecting the sinonasal cavities. This article reviews a variety of infectious, inflammatory, and other non-neoplastic sinonasal pathologies, highlighting imaging features that aid in their differentiation.

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