- Usually in frontal sinus, also other sinuses
- Multiple osteomas are associated with Gardner syndrome
- Excise only if symptomatic obstruction of sinus
- Dense lamellar bone with sparse intervening fibrous tissue, sparse osteoblasts
End of Nasal cavity > Other tumors > Osteoma
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