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Nasal tooth: an unusual cause of nasal obstruction and sinusitis
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  1. Rupert George Ricks,
  2. Ahmed Shaaban
  1. ENT Department, Southmead Hospital, North Bristol NHS Trust, Bristol, UK
  1. Correspondence to Mr Rupert George Ricks, rupert.ricks{at}nbt.nhs.uk

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A 34-year-old lady presented with nasal obstruction and sinusitis. She had been having such symptoms for many years despite best medical therapy for several months. Nasal examination revealed a rhinolith in the floor of the nasal cavity with significant rhinitis and mucopus in the middle meatus. After initial examinations were made the pathology of the rhinolith was not clear. CT …

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