- Usually perforated nasal septum, perforated palate, erosion of antral bone or ulceration of skin overlying nose or antrum
- Acute and chronic inflammatory cells with variable necrosis
- May have multinucleated giant cells or granulomas
- No atypical lymphocytes, no fibrinoid necrosis of vessels, no prominent eosinophils
End of Nasal cavity > Inflammatory / infectious lesions > Idiopathic midline destructive disease
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