Core Knowledge and Literature Review Granulomatous Disorders of the Nose

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Granulomatous disorders (GD) of the nose represent a spectrum of nasal pathology, manifesting themselves either as an isolated nasal problem, or as part of a systemic condition, which may otherwise be occult in nature.

The patient may present with non specific nasal symptomatology, and the clinician should therefore consider the possibility of GD in all patients with chronic nasal symptoms not responding to standard treatment and in those with unusual nasal endoscopic appearances.

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