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Transitional papilloma of the middle ear

  • H. S. Kaddour (a1) and C. J Woodhead (a1)

Abstract

We present a rare case of a transitional papilloma of the middle ear, occurring several years after excision of a similar lesion from the nose. There was no continuity between the two lesions suggesting that these tumours can be multicentric in origin.

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Mr H.S.Kaddour, F.R.C.S., ENT Department, St. James's University Hospital, Beckett Street, Leeds LS9 7TF.

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Transitional papilloma of the middle ear

  • H. S. Kaddour (a1) and C. J Woodhead (a1)

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