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NK/T-cell Lymphoma

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NK/T-cell lymphomas usually arise as ulcerative, necrotizing, obstructive lesions in the nasal cavity, nasopharynx, or upper aerodigestive tract. Involvement of adjacent anatomic structures such as paranasal sinuses, orbit, oral cavity, palate, and oropharynx is frequently seen along with bone erosion (as depicted here). This often causes destructive, disfiguring, fungating lesions on the face.

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