Jefferson University Hospitals

Sinonasal Cancer

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Cancer of the sinuses and nasal cavity is extremely rare. It is associated with occupational exposure to wood dust and leather dust. Tumors in the sinonasal cavity region often mimic symptoms of sinusitis, which can include nasal obstruction, difficulty breathing and nosebleeds. For an expert diagnosis of your condition, seek the help of Jefferson otolaryngologists.

If you are diagnosed with sinonasal cancer, there are a number of treatment options available to you to manage your condition, including surgery with postoperative radiation as well as chemotherapy and radiation.