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Endoscopic-assisted repair of a malar fracture.

Although the zygomatic arch can be employed as a key landmark to the accurate alignment of a displaced malar fracture, it has been traditionally avoided because of the need for a bicoronal incision. Exposure of the zygomatic arch by means of the conventional bicoronal incision has several possible disadvantages, including an increased risk of blood loss, alopecia, loss of sensation posterior to the incision, and traction palsy of the facial nerve. Endoscopic-assisted exposure of a zygomatic arch can largely obviate the disadvantages of a bicoronal incision and yield this site accessible to reduction and fixation in the routine treatment of displaced malar fractures. A case of endoscopic-assisted open reduction and internal fixation of a moderately displaced malar fracture is presented. In particular, exposure and fracture fixation of the zygomatic arch were performed without the need for a bicoronal incision.

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