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How do nasal gliomas present?
appear at or just lateral to the nasal root. They are reddish, firm, noncompressible, lobular lesions that exhibit telangiectasias of the overlying skin, but do not transilluminate or pulsate
How do nasal demoids present?
firm, noncompressible, nonpulsatile lesion that does not transilluminate and may be lobulated
How do nasal Encephaloceles present?
soft, bluish, compressible, pulsatile masses that are located at the nasal root and transilluminate. They typically enlarge with crying and Valsalva maneuver
How do nasal Lipomas present
soft, skin colored, compressible lesions that do not have cutaneous telangiectasias and do not transilluminate or pulsate
what nerve supplies sensation to the buccal mucosa?
buccal branch of the trigeminal (V)