Intercollegiate exam - viva in rhinology: The patient with a unilateral nasal mass

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The unilateral nasal mass is a common viva question. Candidates are usually shown a clinical photograph of a patient with an obvious polyp, or a CT scan image showing unilateral sinus opacification. The candidate is expected to demonstrate knowledge of the aetiology and investigations of such a patient, but it is also an opportunity for the examiners to evaluate the operative aspects and management of complications of functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS).

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