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West Indian medical journal
Rhinoscleroma (more appropriately "scleroma") is a chronic, disfiguring inflammatory lesion that is rarely encountered in the present-day otolaryngology practice. The diagnosis often becomes difficult especially when it recurs and presents late with complications. In this brief report we illustrate the clinical and histologic features of rhinoscleroma in a defaulter patient that represent the disease in its advanced stage with orbital and intracranial extensions. Special emphasis has beendoi:10.7727/wimj.2015.484 fatcat:3espaxn66vdhzjx5l5x6laoq44