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    Volume 5, Issue 1
    Case Report
    Sergio Carmona*, Gabriela Grinstein, Romina Weinschelbaum, and Guillermo Zalazar
    We present two clinical cases to illustrate that we are currently in a position to accurately locate the site of the lesion in vestibular system diseases thanks to advances in complementary tests.
    Nuno Marcal*, Ana Menezes, and Luis Dias
    The solitary fibrous tumor (SFT) is a mesenchymal, spindle cell neoplasm. It was originally described as a tumor of the mesothelial tissue of the pleura. However, numerous extrathoracic sites have been described recently. Nowadays,is accepted that the SFT has a mesenchymal origin and that the extrathoracic localization is at least as common as the pleural disease.
    The SFT in the nasal cavity and perinasal sinuses is extremely rare and only 25 case-reports have been described in the literature.
    We present a case of a male patient with a SFT of the nasal cavity and provide a review of the literature.
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