Doctor informed me I have a small noninvasive granular lesion in the soft tissue in the inferior meatus. What type of condition presents itself in such a manner? I would appreciate some thoughts so I can make a plan to get condition properly treated.
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replied January 4th, 2019
It's likely to be a localised lesion or growth meaning that it is not part of the spectrum of a specific disorder. Surgical options can be discussed with your ENT surgeon.


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