Published: 6 May 2017
Author(s): Federico Pasin, Simone Bonardi, Antonio Modoni
Issue: May 2017
Section: Case Report

An 81year-old man with a medical history of smoking, mild alchool intake, hypertension and diabetes, presented to the Internal Medicine Unit with 4cm soft, well demarcated, painless swelling of the forehead which appeared 2weeks earlier (Panel A, B arrow). He had no definite symptoms of sinusitis. He had no headache, fever or neurologic deficit. He reported weight loss (about 5Kg) and profound asthenia by at least one month. Laboratory examinations showed increased CRP (31mg/L), normal white-blood cellcount.


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