A case of parotid duct rhinosporidiosis: atypical site of in
Rhinosporidiosis is a benign chronic granulomatous fungal infection caused by Rhinosporidium seeberi. Rhinosporidiosis is endemic in South Asia, notably in Southern India and Sri Lanka.

The common sites of involvement are the nose and nasopharynx followed by ocular tissue. Rhinosporidiosis is also known to involve many rare sites and may become disseminated to generalized form.

Rhinosporidiosis of parotid duct is extremely rare. The case presented here is a 40-year-old female from a village of Kishoregonj, Bangladesh with a proliferative mass in the right parotid region.

Surgical excision was done and the specimen was sent for histopathological examination. Although rhinosporidiosis is rare in parotid duct, histopathological diagnosis confirmed the diagnosis.

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