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1.  Congenital Vomer Agenesis: Report of Two Cases  
Introduction:
Congenital vomer agenesis is an extremely rare condition in which the vomer bone does not fully develop, which can lead to septal perforation.
Case Report:
We report two cases with a defect in the vomer bone in the posteroinferior portion of the septum, found accidentally while performing a pre-operative CT scan for nasal obstruction evaluation. They were diagnosed with congenital vomer agenesis.
Conclusion:
There are afew reports of vomer agenesis in literatures. By increasing usage of sinonasal endoscopic examination,we expect to address more cases in the future.
PMCID: PMC5448033
Congenital; Endoscopic examination; Nasal septum; Vomer agenesis

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