Gigant cell lesions of the nasal cavity and sinuses

Wieslaw Golabek, Kamal Morshed, Agnieszka Fronczek & Ewa Golabek
Giant cell tumours (osteoclastoma) are very uncommon neoplasms in the facial skeleton. Their usual clinical presentation is in the long bones. The differential diagnosis of giant cell tumour (GCT) in the facial skeleton includes giant cell granuloma (GCG), brown tumour, nonossifying fibroma, chondroblastoma and odontogenic cyst. It can be very difficult to differentiate histologically three lesions: giant cell tumour, giant cell granuloma and brown tumour related to hyperparathyroidism One case of GCT and five cases...