A 67-year-old man complained of painless facial enlarging swelling for 2 years.
He reported bilateral stuffy nose with no history of nasal discharge or bleeding in the past 6 months.
There was no history of nasal trauma or surgery related to his symptoms. No pain, fever, or other constitutional symptoms were elicited.
On physical examination, swelling in the fossa of bilateral canine localization, elevating the floor of the nose, erasing the nasolabial sulcus, and lying through the nasal cavity without occluding the passage.
These findings were consistent with bilateral nasal labial cysts. The patient underwent surgical excision under general anesthesia.
The postoperative period was uneventful and there was no recurrence up after 1 year of follow-up.