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INTRODUCTION The surgical management of chronic frontal sinusitis can be challenging. The most effective way to treat this condition is sinus obliteration. Several methods have been published. We(More)
Premature fusion of the cranial sutures along with midface hypoplasia, shallow orbits, and ocular proptosis are the principal features of Crouzon syndrome. Treatment varies according to the variable(More)
Adequate treatment of panfacial injuries often requires tracheostomy or alternating intubation through the nose and the mouth to keep the field free during the operation. Altemir's submental(More)