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Ectopic Intra-Nasal Tooth: A Case Report

An ectopic tooth in a nasal cavity is a rare phenomenon. In most cases, no etiological explanation of teeth in that location has been suggested or found. We report the case of a 26-year-old man, who discovered, 5 years ago, an induration inside his right nasal pit, which caused an unilateral nasal obstruction, without rhinorrhea, with epistaxis, revealing an ectopic in intra-nasal tooth.
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Bilateral Malleus Ankylosis: a Case Report

Malleus ankylosis known as House syndrome is very rare. It represents 38.1% of congenital malformation of the middle ear [1] if stapes ankylosis is associated.
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