Objective: To discuss the clinical utility of endoscopic coblation for the extirpation of sinonasal tumors. Methods: A retrospective case series of six patients who underwent endoscopic coblation of their sinonasal tumors is reviewed. Six patients, age 12-79, were included in the study. Results: Endoscopic coblation of sinonasal tumors is a useful surgical modality that allows meticulous resections, controlled bleeding and excellent visualization. Conclusions: Sinonasal tumors can be safely and effectively excised utilizing endoscopic coblation techniques.
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