Chronic maxillary sinusitis

There is thickening of the walls (seen as a thin line of low SI) of the right maxillary sinus, mild circumferential mucosal thickening, and complete opacification (with the contents partially low signal intensity, suggestive of fungal infection and/or dessication), with these findings all seen on the T2-weighted scan and consistent with chronic sinusitis. The subsequent […] [...]

Burkitt lymphoma

An eight year old boy [...]


A 15 month old female infant. [...]

Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma

16 year-old male presenting with difficulty breathing through his nose, nightly snoring, stridor and recurrent infections of the upper airway. Inspection shows a red, tumor-like lesion along the posterior wall of the nasopharynx. [...]