Metastatic carcinoma presenting as an aural polyp is a rare tumor. A review of the literature revealed less than 140 reported cases. The common primary sites are the breast, the lung, and the kidney. A case of small-cell carcinoma of the cervix that metastasized to the external auditory canal, producing facial paralisy in a 74-years-old woman is described.
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