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A case of transitional-cell carcinoma of the maxillary sinus involving the hard palate is reported. The site of occurrence, the histology of these tumors, and the difficulty of their diagnosis are discussed. Their grave prognosis because of metastases which recurred following a block dissection of the neck is illustrated in the case presented.
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