Chondromyxofibrosarcoma in Maxillary Sinus
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Background Chondromyxofibrosarcoma, also known as fibrosarcoma, is a malignancy of mesenchymal tissue origin. Its most origin is paranasal sinus. The incidence comprised is less than 3% of all non-epithelial tumours with most origin in paranasal sinuses. The aetiology is unknown. Case Report A 48-year-old woman was reported to have a big lump in her left nostril for a year, there was also a fistula in her left infraorbital furrow in the last 3 months that was filled with pus, and she has been experiencing visual loss sif:IG& for 8 months. The CT scan result showed that the lump mainly located in the left maxillary sinus. From the presurgery histopathology, the condition was diagnosed as chondromyxofibrosarcoma. This was also strengthened with the post-surgery result. Conclusion Chondromyxofibrosarcoma is a rare neoplasm with rapid growth. Otorhinolaryngologists should be aware and have concern on handling that kind of case.