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Frontal sinus surgery in children

A R Talbot
Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America 1996, 29 (1): 143-58
Surgery for frontal sinusitis in children is unusual. When required, surgery for ostiomeatal disease or, in certain circumstances, frontal sinus trephination is usually all that is required. Nevertheless, for a few children, surgery of the nasofrontal recess and frontal sinus is required and can be very beneficial. A variety of surgical approaches to the frontal sinus are discussed. Functional endoscopic surgery based upon physiologic principles and the concept of reversible disease is emphasized.

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