Article # 2670
Journal Rhinology 0 - 0
Article Title Locally advanced nasal pyramid squamous cell carcinoma: our 15 years’ experience in a series of 35 total rhinectomies
Abstract Locally advanced nasal pyramid squamous cell carcinoma (LA-NPSCC) are rare malignancies. Their specific outcomes are unclear. Their management remains challenging with several controversies, in particular regarding the realization of total rhinectomy and the role of elective neck node treatment (1). Between 2005 and 2019 in our department (Gustave Roussy Cancer Campus), n=35 patients with LA-NPSCC were treated with at least total rhinectomy (Supplementary data 1). The typical presentations were males (63%), with a median age of 61 years, smokers (78%), presenting stage IVa LA-NPSCC (AJCC 8th), originated from the nasal mucosa, especially the anterior nasal septum (Supplementary data 2). Thirteen patients (37%) presented with clinical and/or radiological cervical lymph node involvement at diagnosis (cN+)
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