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Lashitha Reddy Konda, Speaker at Oncology Conferences
University of Buckingham, United Kingdom


Sinonasal undifferentiated carcinoma is a rare malignancy, of the nasal cavity and/ or paranasal sinuses accounting to be less than 1% of all malignancies. This case report will discuss a young male patient diagnosed with poorly differentiated carcinoma in the lateral wall of the nasal cavity, who has subsequently undergone endoscopic excision and adjuvant chemotherapy. He is currently undergoing radiotherapy. The report will further review the literature to find the best management. Overall, it's concluded that multimodality treatment (surgery and chemoradiotherapy) is shown to be most effective but considering chemoradiotherapy toxicity the decision should be made on an individual basis. This also raised the need for research and standardization through evidence-based medicine while considering each patient as an individual and providing personalized care.


Lashitha Reddy Konda is a current second-year undergraduate medical student at the University of Buckingham, United Kingdom. She has undertaken several projects within the programme, where she had the opportunity to write and present abstracts from case reports, meta-analyses and systematic reviews. She is passionate about medical/ clinical education and hopes to explore a prospective career in surgery. This will be her first international conference.