Trauma Induced Complete Sinonasal Separation and Subsequent Frontoethmoid Mucocele Formation

@inproceedings{Signore2011TraumaIC,
  title={Trauma Induced Complete Sinonasal Separation and Subsequent Frontoethmoid Mucocele Formation},
  author={Anthony G. Del Signore and Hailun Wang and Jeffrey Cheng and Benjamin D. Malkin},
  year={2011}
}
She was initially treated with intravenous antibiotics and quickly defervesced, but recurred when transitioned to oral antibiotics. Given the refractory nature of her disease the decision was made for surgical intervention. Using a combined endoscopic and extended lynch incision approach, an artificial drainage pathway was successfully created to the nasal cavity. Initially intraoperative endoscopic examination revealed no identifiable landmarks. Correlating the intra-operative findings with… CONTINUE READING

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