|Year : 2001 | Volume
| Issue : 2 | Page : 208--10
Giant orbital and intracranial xanthogranuloma--a short report.
B Chidambaram, V Santosh
26, II Main Road, C.I.T. Colony, Mylapore, Chennai, 600004, India., India
Xanthogranuloma are known to arise in the paranasal sinus or orbit. They may also arise primarily in the brain. Those arising from the sinuses or orbit might involve the intracranial cavity to some extent. But an extensive involvement of the cranial compartment is very rare. This report describes one such case.
26, II Main Road, C.I.T. Colony, Mylapore, Chennai, 600004, India.
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